Fernando Bermudez

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Fernando Bermudez, proven innocent in 2009 with help from pro bono lawyers from Washington, D.C. to New York continues sharing, as he puts it, his "survival story of enduring over 18 years in a six-by-nine-foot prison cell as a provocation for reform." Bermudez, who speaks in America and abroad about…

Fernando Bermudez, proven innocent in 2009 with help from pro bono lawyers from Washington, D.C. to New York continues sharing, as he puts it, his "survival story of enduring over 18 years in a six-by-nine-foot prison cell as a provocation for reform." Bermudez, who speaks in America and abroad about the power of persistence and the need for justice reform, calls his story “a cautionary tale against this happening to others as a public safety problem that allows true perpetrators to escape punishment while families are ripped apart." He dreams of producing a movie and writing a book about his experiences to prevent what happened to him from happening to others. Connect with Fernando Bermudez via Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Fernando Bermudez, proven innocent in 2009 with help from pro bono lawyers from Washington, D.C. to New York continues sharing, as he puts it, his "survival story of enduring over 18 years in a six-by-nine-foot prison cell as a provocation for reform." Bermudez, who speaks in America and abroad about…

Fernando Bermudez, proven innocent in 2009 with help from pro bono lawyers from Washington, D.C. to New York continues sharing, as he puts it, his "survival story of enduring over 18 years in a six-by-nine-foot prison cell as a provocation for reform." Bermudez, who speaks in America and abroad about the power of persistence and the need for justice reform, calls his story “a cautionary tale against this happening to others as a public safety problem that allows true perpetrators to escape punishment while families are ripped apart." He dreams of producing a movie and writing a book about his experiences to prevent what happened to him from happening to others. Connect with Fernando Bermudez via Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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