A letter from Jamie Huss and Gregg Jamback – Producers, The Greg Taylor Project

We had a wonderful time on Father’s Day weekend with our fellow UUs at the UUFE. We hope you enjoyed hearing our thoughts about the causes of wrongful convictions and the reforms that North Carolina has put in place. Many thanks to all for the warm welcome, the terrific questions, the acknowledgments of the documentary project work so far, and the great contributions/suggestions as we move forward. We deeply appreciate the hospitality of our old friends, Rev. Sue and her husband Bill.

Jamie Presenting Wrongful Convictions UUFE 6_18_2016 400xFor those of you who missed the screening of our award-winning short Greg Taylor – Ghost, we thought we’d give you the opportunity to watch it. It tells the story of Greg’s 17 years in prison as an innocent man, and of his lost relationship with his daughter.

Go to this link: www.vimeo.com/102349507 and enter the password: GT!$58

Please follow our progress as we complete the feature-length documentary, In Pursuit of Justice. It details Greg’s historic case and the development of the unique North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission.

To do so email Gregg at gjamback@swiftwatermedia.com and we’ll add you to our update list.

We hope to be back to show you the feature film early next year!

 

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