Kim Kardashian has been making great efforts for some of the inmates incarcerated lately, and probably already heard. His efforts are useful, and the last move he made also seems to have helped.
The Shade Room has all the details available on a recent issue, and you can check them below.
Kim's latest efforts have proved really useful for inmate David Sheppard who has been incarcerated since 1992.
TSR cites Oxygen reports and reveals that "Pennsylvania inmate David Sheppard, of the case Kim has been talking about, was recently informed that he would be released from prison just in time for Christmas."
TSR continues its publication and writes this: ‘To give you some information about Sheppard's case here it goes. In 1992, he was convicted of second-degree murder for his alleged involvement in the fatal shooting in 1992 of pharmacist Thomas Brannan and sentenced to life imprisonment. "
Govern The governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, signed the clemency of Sheppard earlier this month, but was still being held in prison due to a robbery order of nearly 30 years for stealing five pairs of jeans. Sheppard's story will be presented in Kim's next documentary about oxygen, "according to TSR.
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TSR STAFF: Danielle J! @ prettyaries16 _______________________ #Roommates, #KimKardashian is still working hard behind the scenes for prison reform and helping those who are unjustly imprisoned to be released. His latest efforts have helped prisoner David Sheppard obtain an early release from prison after he has been jailed since 1992. __________________________ Kim Kardashian has so much on his plate these days that it is difficult to follow up, with his multiple businesses, husband, Four children, reality show, his lawyer career and his defense of prison reform, it's wonderful how he does everything. Fortunately, for those who are lucky enough to draw their attention to their case, they have also accumulated a large list of prisoners who have been released due to their efforts and influence. @Oxygen reports that Pennsylvania inmate David Sheppard, of the case Kim has been talking about, was recently informed that he will be released from prison just in time for Christmas. ____________________________ To give you a little history about Sheppard's case here goes. In 1992, he was convicted of second-degree murder for his alleged involvement in the fatal shooting in 1992 of pharmacist Thomas Brannan and sentenced to life imprisonment. The governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, signed the clemency of Sheppard earlier this month, but was still being held in prison for a robbery order of nearly 30 years of age for stealing five pairs of jeans. Sheppard's story will be presented in Kim's upcoming documentary about oxygen about his prison. Click on the link in the biography to read more!
While some who hate still find something negative to say about Kim, there are many people who appreciate what he has been doing.
Someone said: "And some of you still have something negative to say about Kim smh."
Another follower posted this: ‘We get Kim is not a lawyer. However, without her mentioning a damn thing, many of these people would still be in prison. That is not your fault. That is the problem of society. That we care more about what a celebrity says than people with titles. 🤷🏽♀️ ’
Someone else said: "I don't care who does it, I'm just glad these people are back with their families."
A supporter said: "I don't care what everyone says about Kim loves her for everything she has been doing for these inmates."
What do you think of Kim's actions?