Jason Baldwin, of the West Memphis 3, will be in Houston TONIGHT Nov 16, screening a film about his case and visiting with the audience afterwards. Jason, along with Damien Echols and Jesse Miskelly were convicted for the murders of three boys and spent 18 years and 17 days in prison (Echols on death row) for a crime they did not commit. They were freed last year and you can meet Jason tonight at 6:30, 1900 Kane St. in the 6th ward. Tickets $15 at www.gracelaw.org or at the door. — at Dow School.
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