25-Year Former Inmate Relates Stunning Story of Crime, Punishment, and a New Mission, Part 3

25-Year Former Inmate Relates Stunning Story of Crime, Punishment, and a New Mission, Part 3

“I CREDIT ALL THIS TO GOD” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 2, 2019) —In Part 1 and Part 2 of this title, former Tennessee inmate Andrew Ewing detailed his quarter-century of incarceration under the “felony murder” statute, sometimes referred to as a “rule” or “doctrine,” which implicates those not responsible for committing murder to harsh penalties […]

Report: Correction System “in the Business of Holding People”

Report:  Correction System “in the Business of Holding People”

“THEY GET KICKBACKS ON EVERYTHING THAT THEY DO” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 30, 2016) — In a recent telephone conversation with a Tennessee state prison inmate, The Post & Email was told that the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC), enabled by the state Board of Parole, is “in the business of holding people” for as […]