In the summer of 2000, two teenage boys from the city of Boston were ripped from their families and caged by a corrupted system. Despite zero physical evidence, the absence of DNA or independent eye witnesses placing either of them within the vicinity, Tanzerious Anderson and Jason Robinson were arrested and charged with murder. While the only persons independently verified at the scene of the crime were three White youths, all of which had criminal histories, it was these two Black boys who were arrested and held responsible! Fueled by politically motivated prosecutors, a criminal justices system ravaged by structural racism, and ineffective representation, Jason and Tanzerious were both sentenced to spend the rest of their lives in prison, without the possibility of parole.
For two decades, Tanzerious and Jason, along with family and friends, have worked diligently to gain relief from this conviction. There are now new possibilities, through legislative and judicial means, to help them overcome this injustice. We are asking you to join us sow the seeds of justice, to challenge a flawed and corrupted criminal justice system, and advocate for the return of Tanzerious and Jason to their homes and families.
The time for justice is NOW!
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