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5 inspirational and unforgettable stars to The Sun Does Shine Anthony Ray Hinton was convicted of murder and spent 30 ears on Death Row in Alabama His cell was close enough to the execution block that all his senses knew when someone s time had come Hinton s public defender was incompetent and so was the star witness in ballistics who happened to be blind in one eye and asked for help in doing his job Add to that a district attorney with an axe to grind an all white jury and judge and racial tensions in Alabama and Hinton was convicted of a crime he did not commit While each day and A Family for Jana year ticked by Hinton never lost hope and he was able to convince well known attorney Bryan Stevenson to represent him After jumping through all the hoops of our justice system and severalears later in doing so the Supreme Court overturned the false conviction At the very heart of this book is Hinton s merciful steadfast spirit In prison he was known for his kindness and ability to make others laugh Outside of prison he spends his time advocating so that this doesn t happen to anyone else If The Greek Tycoons Forbidden Affair you need to feel uplifted Hinton indomitably delivers Thankou to Anthony Ray Hinton St Martin s Press and Netgalley for the ARC for this inspiring book The Sun Does Shine is available now If ou haven t read Just Mercy A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stephenson it s a must read for anyone interested in the criminal justice system in the US and especially the death penalty Strike that it s a must read for everyoneThe Sun Does Shine has a foreword by Bryan Stephenson but it is written by Anthony Ray Hinton an inmate who was on death row in Alabama for 30 ears Hinton was sentenced to death for murders he did not commit He is black and was too poor to afford a lawyer who could properly represent him And it took thirty ears before he was able to convince the US Supreme Court that his first trial was unfair and hadn t allowed him to present clearly exculpatory evidenceWhat makes the book worth reading is Hinton himself He is a force of nature In his foreword Stephenson mentions that even the guards were supportive of Hinton s plea for a new trial And it s easy to see why Despite being on death row Hinton found a way to make the best of a terrible situation He took the high road in difficult circumstances and looked for the humanity in everyone including his fellow inmates As just one example he started a book club that led inmates who could barely read to talk about race and justice and other topics He even became friends with the son of a well known white nationalist who was on death row for killing a black manHinton is very self reflective and his book doesn t just share his story but many of his thoughts about faith his love for his mother and close friends who stuck by him how to stay strong in difficult situations the failures of the criminal justice system and the inhumanity of the death penalty There is also a fair amount of humour in Hinton s book Hinton clearly does this on purpose at one point that starting With Humour Is A humour is often a way to put people at ease and get them to listen Hinton is now 60 ears old He had a lot to say His book is well worth reading I don t share the depth of his religious faith but it clearly has kept him going and fuelled his admirable ability to look forward I listened to the audio version which was really well done Hinton doesn t read it but it s read in a voice that is full of life and expression The Sun Does Shine is one of the hardest books I ve ever read Anthony Ray Hinton was wrongly convicted of murder in 1985 and was imprisoned for almost 30 Rumours At Court (Mills Boon Historical) (Mills Boon Historical) (Royal Weddings, Book 3) years in solitary confinement waiting to be put to death for a crime he didn t commit The horrific injustice that was perpetrated by the state of Alabama on Mr Hinton is beyond belief Yet through all this Mr Hinton remained hopeful and kind and his unwavering humanity is an inspiration to us allReading this book almost every page made me sick to my stomach Everyone working for the state in this case including the prosecutor the judge the ballistics experts witnesses and even Mr Hinton s court appointed lawyer willfully lied and maliciously conspired to put a man in prison for a crime they know he didn t commit One person even went so far as to tell him that they didn t care if he was guilty and that as a black person he should take one for the teamThirtyears is a lifetime and it was taken from Mr Hinton in the blink of an eye Yet his words of faith and hope and his positive attitude and kindness to fellow inmates and guards were moving to read He took what was one of the worst situations anyone could find themselves in and made a life for himself in a room that s 5 ft by 7 ftOne of the things that struck me was how Mr Hinton tried to remove the hate from his heart towards everyone who essentially conspired to kill him He looked upon them with forgiveness and kindness and I just don t know how he could do it I feel hatred in my heart towards all those people after reading this book and it didn t even happen to me But I m glad he did and that it brought him some measure of peaceMr Hinton s courage and kindness fills me with awe He is a hero and so is his team of dedicated lawyers led by Bryan Stevenson of the Eual Justice Initiative who worked for two decades to exonerate and se. A powerful revealing story of hope love justice and the power of reading by a man who spent thirty Snowbound with the Baronet years on death row for a crime he didn't commitIn 1985 Anthony Ray Hinton was arrested and charged with two counts of capital murder in Alabama Stunned confused and only twenty nineears old Hinton knew that it was a case of mistaken identity and believed that the truth would prove his innocence and ultimately set him freeBut with no money and a different system of justice for a poor black man in th. ,
T Mr Hinton free along with other innocent or unfairly convicted inmates This book is tough to read but it feels essential to understanding all that is wrong with our criminal justice system including its excessive racially motivated punishment of poor black peopleIn the end Mr Hinton s unwavering fight to see the good in everyone and to keep hope alive in his heart reminds me of the humanity in all of us With grace kindness and love he passed through hell and survived to tell his tale Now he is working to bring visibility to all the injustices he suffered and witnessed and the world needs people like him He is truly inspiring Can Marriage at Any Price you imagineCanou imagine being convicted of multiple murders Sarah you never committed and sentenced to death by electrocutionCanou imagine spending thirty Snowballs Chance years ofour life in a tiny room next to the Death Room where they electrocute men and women always wondering when the guards will show up in front of The Promise of Jenny Jones your cell to letou know the date of Marrying the Major your own executionHoping praying that the truth will come out thatou will have a chance to prove Vanished your innocence but being told again and again that no one wants to even hear whatou have to say no one wants to believe Doctors in Paradise you No one wants to even considerou might be innocent After all due to Honorable Doctor, Improper Arrangement your skin colour it doesn t matter ifou ve done the deed or not A Lick And A Promise you were guilty the momentou were bornCan Jack and the Princess you imagine such hate such prejudiceAnthony Ray Hinton s story is unlike any I have ever read and ifou find my words unoriginal after all we ve all said that a hundred times before about the books we ve read then so be it Actually I hope it becomes like many stories I have read because I want to know about mass incarceration death penalty and prejudice against minorities I want to know about Love Hope and Truth I want to learn to forgive like Anthony Ray Hinton has and to get rid of my sometimes inflamed ego I don t want to lose my confidence no one ever should but I want to be capable of admitting I am wrong without feeling like I am losing a battle Before I read this book I didn t have an opinion on the death penalty but now I do I am lucky enough to be living in a country where the death penalty was abolished decades ago but I didn t realize how grateful I should be about that before today Thank Hoseas Bride you for sharingour story with us Ray I hope that one day love will win too Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin Oh My GodUNBELIEVABLE Within seconds of beginning this story we are SICKsick with rage over the most inhumane infuriating injustice ANTHONY RAY HILTONthe Drawn to Lord Ravenscar / To Tempt a Viking / Mistress Masquerade youngest of 10 children of a single mom SPENT 30ears on Alabama s death row for two murders he didn t commit HE WAS INNOCENT ANTHONY didn t kill ANYONEhe was never in a fight He wasn t violent He prayed to God to forgive those who DID HIM WRONG He didn t know anything about the murders when he was arrested When the whole world thinks ou re guilty it he was arrested When the whole world thinks ou re guilty it hard to hang onto the truth Nobody knows this better than Anthony Anthony Ray Hilton knew the truth He was innocent He was innocent He was innocentINNOCENTAnthony s love for his mother and his faith in Godis what gave him strength to stay calm and keep his emotions in check in order to fight for justice A Heart POUNDING storyCorruption racism convicted with a lack of evidence so HORRIFICthe injustice ripped my guts from the inside out THIRTY YEARS of legal fighting for freedom Anthony wasn t born to die on death row It was soooooooo CRAZY THAT ANTHONY WAS LOCKED UPTHAT SOME Anthony was locked upthat some he and his attorney Anthony Bryan Stevenson laughed and laughed silly I understand this type of uncontrollable emotional laughter a thin layer over pain Anthony said he would rather die than not PROVE his innocence I understood this too The story of how Anthony proves his innocence is fricken GRIPPINGI KNEW THE ENDINGbefore I started this book but I needed to read his journey myself than I knewAnthony is SPEAKING in my area next month I hope to go see him speak with my local book buddy Margie THE SUN DOES SHINE I can t think of any other story important then this one to understand the urgency to reform our justice system Hallelujah other story important then this one to understand the urgency to reform our justice system Hallelujah enjoying the sunshineplaying basketball with George Clooneygreat mealsfamilyfriendsswimminglaughingand KEEP TELLING YOUR STORYWe are listeningMany people have read this book before me I hope many MORE people read it after me This is an account of an innocent man who spent 30 Colby Lockdown (Colby Agency, years on a death row in Alabama Tragedy which could have devastated most of people However Mr Hinton remained sane thanks to his faith his mother and his best friend and because he knew he was not guilty What happened to him is beyond words and his voice is valuable regarding the capital punishment You can only admire Mr Hinton who against the odds found strength to survive I am not sure where to put my feelings after finishing this book I am appalled angry sad but also filled with admiration for this inncent man on death row for over thirtyears who managed to retain hope and love Not that he never got angry he did but he still hung on didn t give up He had a best friend Lester a childhood friend who never missed visits a mother to whom he was her baby boy always asking him when he would be coming home and he had his faith in God His first lawyer incompetent fighting against a system. E South Hinton was sentenced to death by electrocution He spent his first three Seduced (Gentlemen of Fortune, years on Death Row at Holman State Prison in agonizing silence full of despair and anger toward all those who had sent an innocent man to his death But as Hinton realized and accepted his fate he resolved not only to survive but find a way to live on Death Row For the next twenty sevenears he was a beacon transforming not only his own spirit but those of his fellow inmates fifty four of whom were executed mere feet ,
Prejudice that despite evidence to the contrary would do anything for a conviction He would also eventually have Bryan Stevenson the author of Just Mercy and his lawyers in the Eual justice initiative In fact Stevenson writes the forward in this bookThat the criminal justice system in this country is evident just from what we see on our televisions It seems always weekly men who have been in prison serving long sentences are found innocent and released This book makes this point perfectly clear Even when the evidence was found to be faulty in his first trial Hintons case was passed from Court to court The amount of ears this happened was beyond ridiculous to me it was unconsciousable During his time on death row he started a book club daydreamed his way out to travel pretend allowing him the opportunity to escape mentally if he couldn t physically Many books have left me teary eyed but reading this book affected me so much I had tears running down my face than once All the things this man missed the sorrows he endured on being released the realization that the world had moved on in technology and in other ways Yet he never lost his humanity held on to his faith but what he lost is beyond measure Until we have a way of ensuring that innocent men are never executed Until we account for the racism in our courts in our prisons and in our sentencing The death penalty should be abolished Anthony Ray Hinton is an amazing and Godly man He s a much better person than I am Anthony Ray Hinton spent nearly 30 ears on death row for a murder he didn t commit This innocent man could have been put to death for the crime of being black poor His trial was a sham his court appointed lawyer couldn t have cared less the police told him to his face they didn t care if he was innocent because If Claiming His Secret Son (The Billionaires of Blackcastle you didn t do it some other nigger did the prosecutor Robert McGregor I will only say that I hope he enjoys heat because he s burning in HellAs I said before Anthony Ray Hinton is a better person than me because he s forgiven all the people who wronged him Well guess what I haven t one of my great ta He was a poor man in a criminal justice system that treatsou better if Burnt you are rich and guilty than ifou are poor and innocent Anthony Ray Hinton The Sun Does Shine How I Found Life and Freedom on Death RowI am so glad I read this book and I really think I could not have picked this one up at a better time An eye opening thought provoking and heart breaking but important read Anthony Ray Hinton s memoir of his wrongful imprisonment of 30 Black Velvet (Black Velvet, years for the murders of three men that he did not commit is an absolute eye opening account of one man and his lawyer s fight for justice and the wrongs committed by the justice system of Alabama Some wrongs can never be put right and this is one of them I couldn t help thinking of the 30ears that Anthony Ray Hinton missed out on in life and what his family friends and community missed out on by not having him in their lives that sort of missing out On Cannot Be Given Back To Mr cannot be given back to Mr I had a constant lump in my throat reading this as nothing even remotely pointed towards this man being guilty and et
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ended up on row It just is mind blowing frustrating how this injustice could and did happen My heart went out to his mother and what a beautiful strong motherson bond they shared I also felt for the families of the men who were murdered as they spent 30 ears probably hating this innocent man while the real murderer roamed free So many wrongs that cannot be put right Reading the book I felt I got to know this man and his gentle warm humbling strong personality and et nothing prepared me for the video clips I watched afterwards His ability to forgive is what I will take from this book even though I was fit to scream by the time I finished the read at the injustices of the system I envied Ray of his strong faith and of course having a best friend like Lesther Justice only happens when good people take a stand against injustice Anthony Ray Hinton The Sun Does Shine How I Found Life and Freedom on Death RowI love to find hero s in stories and Bryan Stevenson is without doubt the hero of the moment in this one and thankfully a man that has dedicated his career to helping the poor the incarcerated and the condemned A thought provoking read and I think this would be a terrific book club discussion book I read Bryan Stevenson s book Just Mercy A Story of Justice and Redemption back in 2016 and that book has STUCK WITH ME So there was no uestion that I would read this book about one of the many innocent people Stevenson and his Eual Justice Initiative has fought hard to free after they have been wrongly convicted as guilty and sentenced to death Thanks to Stevenson my viewpoint was forever changed about the death penalty and this book further cemented it This book is about a terrible injustice finding a way to have hope even in a situation full of despair and the seemingly rare occurrence of real justice prevailing after our judicial system makes a terrible mistake Until our justice system becomes fool proof which it never will be unless someone invents a real truth serum every person should have ualms about supporting the death penalty Is an eye for an eye a justifiable punishment if sometimes ou incorrectly blind an innocent man in the proces. Rom his cell With the help of civil rights attorney and bestselling author of Just Mercy Bryan Stevenson Hinton won his release in 2015With a foreword by Stevenson The Sun Does Shine is an extraordinary testament to the power of hope sustained through the darkest times Destined to be a classic memoir of wrongful imprisonment and freedom won Hinton’s memoir tells his dramatic thirty Falling for the Rancher (Cupids Bow, Texas year journey and shows howou can take away a man’s freedom but Wild Ride Rancher you can’t take away his imagination humor or


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