Larry Allred was arrested when he was twenty-years old. He is now forty-four years old and has 30 years remaining on his 47-year sentence. Larry would be free now if he had taken a six-year plea deal in 1997. Instead, he chose to fight for his innocence.
In the middle of the 2020 pandemic, America was shaken by the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and the protests that erupted in the aftermath.
President Trump’s relentless destruction of our immigration system is well documented. However, the myriad ways in which he attacked and targeted Black and Brown people seeking immigration benefits or citizenship, and even U.S. citizens is less discussed.
Written by Larry Allred, an incarcerated North Carolinian in Caswell Correctional.
N.C. Court Appoints Special Master to Oversee Protections for People Incarcerated During the Pandemic
After a hearing in Wake County Superior Court today, citing concern over the rising cases of COVID-19 in the state prisons, Judge Vince Rozier, Jr. modified previous orders in N.C. NAACP v.
It’s fair to say that things will never be the same after 2020. They can’t be.