Free Barry Beach!

After serving nearly 30 years for a crime he did not commit, Barry Beach was released on his own recognizance pending a new trial on December 7, 2011. The Honorable Judge E. Wayne Phillips ordered the release after hearing new eyewitness testimony that casts serious and more than reasonable doubt as to Barry Beach’s involvement in the 1979 murder of Kimberly Nees in Poplar, Montana. Judge Phillips stated that had a jury heard this new evidence at the original 1984 trial, they would not have convicted Barry. During his new-found freedom, Barry displayed an amazing aptitude for adapting to his new environment. Despite the years of incarceration, Barry made friends everywhere he went, spoke freely and honestly to strangers and crowds about the miracles God had worked in his life... read more
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