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30 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.

Kris Maharaj was sentenced to death in 1987 for a crime he didn't commit. We're presenting new evidence in court later this year which proves that Kris was framed and the Medellin Cartel are the real culprits. Learn more about Kris's case and send him a message of support.

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