KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- From prison to a stage at Crown Center, this week has been an emotional one for Kevin Strickland during his long jo…
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The State of Missouri is one of a few states that doesn't provide compensation for someone who was wrongfully convicted.
Kevin Strickland will be flipping the switch and turning on the lights for Mayor Quinton Lucas' Christmas tree on Friday night.
Kevin Strickland held a press conference after his release yesterday in which he thanked a number of people, including Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker.
Missouri is one of the few states, that doesn’t provide compensation for someone just because they’ve been wrongfully convicted.
The first thing Kevin Strickland did after being exonerated for a triple murder he didn't commit was visit his mother's grave.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A judge has freed Kevin Strickland, a Kansas City man who spent over 40 years in prison for a triple murder he denie…
A Missouri man who has maintained his innocence in a triple murder got an opportunity to testify at a three-day hearing that could lead to his release after serving 43 years in prison. That decision is now in a judge's hands.
It’s now up to a judge to decide if there’s enough information to free him and overturn his original conviction.
Larry Gilmer took the stand to testify about what he heard the night of the triple murder which should have left Cynthia Douglas dead.