It’s been nearly 20 years since Jermaine Doss of Norfolk was sent to prison for a crime he did not commit, but his family and supporters have never wavered in their commitment to fight for his freedom.
With the stifling, record-breaking heat waves this year and students striking in the streets, climate change is heating things up in Virginia.
Nearly 50 people gathered in downtown Norfolk this Saturday for a press conference supporting Norfolk native Jermaine Doss, who has served nearly 20 years on a murder-for-hire charge on nothing but the now-recanted word of the confessed murderer.
Both grief and determination hung over a rally yesterday outside the Virginia State Capitol to support the family of a man killed by a Portsmouth police officer.
A letter to the editor from Mr. Roy L. Perry-Bey of Norfolk, executive director of the United Front for Justice, regarding the Voting Rights Act.