This site shows how officials sent an innocent 16 year old boy to a maximum security adult prison and allowed a brutal murderer to roam free, all in the interest of furthering their careers.
Hello, Your story sounds exactly like that of my husband’s. He saw the parole board 4 times for a crime he did not commit. Convicted with no direct evidence, but spent 21 years incarcerated. He was one of the few inmates eligible for shock parole and we were able to obtain a lawyer to help obtain a judicial review. The judge finally gave him a chance. My husband was released in Nov 2017. Our hearts go out to you and hope you finally get justice.
Thank you for sharing your story, Joyce. It gives us hope that someday Keith will get his chance. We wish you and yours the best of luck and hope all goes well for you.
Keith and Lori Wampler
I’m curious as to Keiths lastest parole hearing. Did he go back to his original statement of innocence or did he ” Tell them what they wanted to hear” like in his 2013 hearing
Keith always has maintained and always will maintain his claim of innocence. In 2013, he just went along with what they were saying without actually saying he did anything and let them believe what they wanted to believe. At his latest parole hearing, in 2021 he clarified that to the parole board, and in their parole board minutes, they acknowledged that he has maintained his innocence throughout. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.
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