Detroiters, get your handkerchiefs ready because you’re about to weep.
Kwame Kilpatrick’s mom, Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick, doesn’t have the funds readily available to pay for the appeal against her boy’s 28-year sentence. Therefore, a video has surfaced, part of an attempt to get you to help Kwame get free.
So what do you think? Are you ready to forgive, forget, and dig deep? According to the video, Kwame has been vilified, scrutinized and crucified. He needs your cash.
Now, we don’t normally like to pitch a baseball at a hornet’s nest and run, but,
What do you think?
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