A new video that takes a peek into the Innocence Project of Texas’ (IPOT) inner sanctum, where they keep thousands of files from inmates making innocence claims. Today, IPOT has 500 active cases.
This is from a scene from the SOUTHWEST OF SALEM: THE STORY OF THE SAN ANTONIO FOUR, supported by Sundance | MacArthur and Chicken & Egg Pictures.
The Inner Sanctum at the Innocence Project of Texas office in Lubbock.
Nick Vilbas, Executive Director, is pictured here along with thousands of files and claims from inmates wishing to be exonerated.
From a scene of the forthcoming film.
The amazing Elizabeth Ramirez at her new job at a printshop in San Antonio….
Hello Flight 4516 to Park City. See you in 24 hours!
For one full week director Deborah S. Esquenazi will be hitting the pavement at Sundance as one of the 2014 Sundance Documentary Film Fellow. The purpose will be to spread the word about four incredible ladies and one of the most important LGBTQ cases in American criminal history.
To read Esquenazi’s blog about Sundance (and other film-related things) go to http://voxpopuland.tumblr.com
"Among the atrocities that Frances and Dan Keller were supposed to have committed while running a day care center out of their Texas home: drowning and dismembering babies in front of the children; killing dogs and cats in front of the children; transporting the children to Mexico to be sexually abused by soldiers in the Mexican army…"
In light of Slate’s compelling article about the Fran & Keller we’d release some footage of Fran Keller addressing the media at Dan’s release.
Fran and Dan served 22 years of a 48-year sentence. They are fighting for exoneration, like the San Antonio Four.