In a collection of tweets posted on Aug. 16, Kim got here to Miller’s protection. “The jury convicted Corey 10-2 and he was sentenced him [sic] to life in jail. If his trial was at present, the jury would have needed to be unanimous for him to be convicted,” Kim wrote. “Since his trial, witnesses have recanted, new proof of his potential innocence has come to gentle, and there are claims of jurors being pressured into voting to convict.”
“True justice for the younger man requires that the one that truly killed him be held accountable and that Corey Miller be returned house to his children,” she continued. Prior to now, Kim has confirmed she is able to effecting change. She efficiently lobbied the president for the discharge of Alice Johnson. Now, she’s turned her consideration to Miller’s case.