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Greg Curry

Ohio political-prisoner Greg Curry is serving a life sentence after being wrongfully convicted for crimes committed during the infamous 1993 Lucasville prison uprising. Several months after Curry refused to testify and lie on other prisoners who were criminally charged in the uprising, he was scapegoated and charged with aggravated and attempted murder.

The alleged crimes occurred on the L-Side of the prison. Curry, however, a recreational aid worker, was at work and locked out of L-Side when the uprising began, thus, making it impossible for him to have committed the crimes he was charged with. Curry’s job supervisor testified to this fact during Curry’s trial.

Due to missed post-conviction procedural deadlines, Amnesty is, in essence, the primary remedy that can rectify Curry’s gross miscarriage of justice.

If you would like to help Greg Curry attain his freedom,please contact him via U.S mail at the following:

Greg Curry, #A213-159 Toledo Correctional Institution P.O Box 80033 Toledo,OH 43608

Learn more about the injustice of Greg Curry at GregCurry.org, and LucasvilleAmnesty.org.

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