The Doctors also welcome California State Assemblymember Matt Dababneh who is drafting a bill to combat violence carried out and shared on social media.
Man Wrongfully Imprisoned for 39 Years
Clarence Elkins was convicted of murder and rape, crimes he did not commit. Find out the great lengths he went to in order to prove his innocence.
Jennifer Thompson, the founder of Healing Justice, mistakenly sent the wrong man to prison and shares how she’s now working to provide support, reconciliation, and recovery with exonerations.
The Doctors are joined by PTSD specialist Dr. Eugene Lipov who explains how something like an incarnation can take its toll on your health.
Ricky Jackson explains how he was able to forgive the man responsible for being in jail for 39 years.
Clarence Elkins and Mark Godsey, co-founder of the Ohio Innocence Project, discuss their work on Ohio’s Senate Bill 77, which aims to reform how crimes are investigated.
While sharing her story, Jennifer Thompson – founder of Healing Justice – explains how the trauma of a crime can affect how we remember details.
PTSD specialist Dr. Eugene Lipov offers a possible medical treatment to help alleviate the lasting effects for wrongful incarnations of Ricky Jackson, Nancy Smith, and Clarence Elkins.
Since 1989, 2,005 people have been exonerated from prison in the U.S.