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  • Could Lamonte McIntyre be freed after 23 years in prison?

    Supporters of Lamonte McIntyre rallied outside the courthouse in Kansas City, Kan., seeking justice for a man they believe was wrongly convicted of a double-homicide in 1994. Kansas City attorney Cheryl Pilate, who has spent seven years investigating McIntyre’s case, is scheduled to appear in Wyandotte County District Circuit to present evidence in support of the exoneration or release of McIntyre.

Could Lamonte McIntyre be freed after 23 years in prison?

Supporters of Lamonte McIntyre rallied outside the courthouse in Kansas City, Kan., seeking justice for a man they believe was wrongly convicted of a double-homicide in 1994. Kansas City attorney Cheryl Pilate, who has spent seven years investigating McIntyre’s case, is scheduled to appear in Wyandotte County District Circuit to present evidence in support of the exoneration or release of McIntyre.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star