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GALLERY OF EVENTS

Community Welcome Home Ceremony 
Sunday, October 29th, 2023 

Welcome Home Ceremony 
Sunday, July 16th, 2023 

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JEFF TITUS

Jeff Titus spent over 21 years in prison for something he did not do. Owner of some rural property, he was accused of murdering two hunters in the area with virtually no evidence. Jeff now lives with his sister as he tried to get used to living outside prison walls. There are some great write-ups for more info by clicking on his picture.

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KELVIN NOLEN

Kelvin Nolen was wrongfully convicted of a gas station murder. The Michigan Innocence Clinic proved that the killer in the video is significantly taller than Mr. Nolen. They found a woman who was in the video who got a good look at the killer, knows Mr. Nolen and confirmed that the man she saw was not him, providing “new evidence”. With 8 years of his life missing, Kelvin is considering getting his license in order to be a truck driver. Kelvin Nolen Kelvin Nolen was wrongfully convicted of a gas station murder. The Michigan Innocence Clinic proved that the killer in the video is significantly taller than Mr. Nolen. They found a woman who was in the video who got a good look at the killer, knows Mr. Nolen and confirmed that the man she saw was not him, providing “new evidence”. With 8 years of his life missing, Kelvin is considering getting his license in order to be a truck driver.

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JOSHUN EDWARDS

Joshun was convicted of murder in Oct 2007, based on dubious testimony and a jailhouse snitch. In 2014, family members FOIAed documents, never turned over to the defense. Discrepancies between the original and later testimony could have been used to question the reliability. The MI Supreme Court said they deserve a retrial, and the county chose not to retry. Joshun is currently looking for work.

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KINO CHRISTIAN

Kino was convicted of murder in Oct 2007, based on dubious testimony and a jailhouse snitch. In 2014, family members FOIAed documents, never turned over to the defense. Discrepancies between the original and later testimony could have been used to question the reliability. The MI Supreme Court said they deserve a retrial, and the county chose not to retry. Kino is working as a paralegal for The National Appeals Clinic.

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DARTANION EDWARDS

Dartanion was convicted of murder in Oct 2007, based on dubious testimony and a jailhouse snitch. In 2014, family members FOIAed documents, never turned over to the defense. Discrepancies between the original and later testimony could have been used to question the reliability. The MI Supreme Court said they deserve a retrial, and the county chose not to retry. Dartanion is now working for Amazon.

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MACK HOWELL

After 7 1/2 years of wrongful imprisonment, Mack is glad to be out and living with his sister. He knows reentry can be difficult but he has a positive attitude and is looking forward to a hopeful future.

This was the first exoneration produced by the new Macomb County Conviction Integrity Unite under the direction of Gail Pamukov. Keep up the good work, Gail!

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Michigan Man Speaks Out After Spending 15 Years Behind Bars For A Murder He Did Not Commit

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The Ambassador's Group Welcomes home C'Quan Hinton wrongfully convicted of murder released from prison after serving 15 years. 

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Exonerated Pontiac man sues officials involved in his murder case.
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The Ambassador's Group Welcomes home Ronnell Johnson wrongfully convicted of murder released from prison after serving 14 years. 
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Changing the narrative: Detroit woman released after nearly 20 years in prison aims to help others
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The Ambassador's Group Welcomes home Dennis Atkins (red jogging suit), wrongfully convicted of murder released from prison 
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The City of Pontiac welcomes home George and Melvin DeJesus and Gilbert Poole(long beard)
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Welcome Home Ceremony 
for Chamar Avery, Gregory Barry, Raymond Gray & Juwan Deering
December 19, 2021 

Welcome Home Ceremony 
for Cory McCall & Gilbert Poole
September 19, 2021