“The Breakfast Club” May Have Helped A Wrongfully Convicted Man Get Closer To His Freedom

An interview with The Breakfast Club could save a man who was wrongfully convicted of a triple murder. ⠀⠀

Charles Keith, the brother of #KevinKeith paid a visit to “The Breakfast Club” radio show back in May to discuss several issues surrounding his brother’s case. Keith was sentenced to death for a triple murder that happened in Bucyrus, Ohio in 1994.

Charles has been fighting his brother’s fight for a year now, and has moved his brother’s story to a docu-series titled “Proving Innocence: Kevin Keith vs. The State of Ohio.” The series is executively produced by Lori Rothschild Ansaldi of Tent City Productions, according to Bossip; and details how the Ohio criminal justice system, the local police and politicians conspired to wrongfully convict Keith.



Even though, Keith’s case had four witnesses saying he was at least 30 minutes away from the crime scene when the murders occurred, the jury still gave him a guilty verdict and Keith was sentenced to death. Luckily in 2010, only 13 days before his death date, Charles and public defender Rachel Troutman presented evidence to then-Governor Ted Strickland. Strickland then granted Keith clemency allowing his sentence to be reduced to life in prison in Marion, Ohio – where he currently is.



But, thanks to “The Breakfast Club’s” interview there are now several people reaching out to Lori and Charles with credible knowledge that may help Keith be exonerated and eventually released from prison. 

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