Editor's Note: Sometimes when going over a wrongful conviction case, we don't get past the facts of the wrongful conviction itself. But with every person, there is another and an entirely different story: the person him\herself. Who was this person before the incarceration,? Who is this person while serving his time? And who does he aspire to be in the future if given a chance?
In this blog, we want to give you a peek at Temujin Kensu: who he has been during his 34 years-and-counting incarceration. The description is by one of the people who know him best, Proving Innocence board member, David Sanders. I think you will be impressed, not only by his skills but by his heart. I know I am. Bill Branham