Gladys and Jamie Scott, recently freed from a Mississippi prison, came on the TJMS this morning to disscuss life after prison and the conditions of their release. The Scott sisters, who have been imprisoned for 16 years, were released on Friday morning on the condition that the younger sibling donate a kidney to her older sister, whose organs are failing. In case you missed the interview, we have the audio available for you to listen.


Now that the ladies are free, do you believe that other falsely accused people in prison will continue to step forward until justice is properly served? How does the judicial system impact one’s ability to reconnect with the outside world?

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