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Please Help Albert Obtain Strong Representation!
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Friends & family of Albert are asking for your help to support covering the legal fees of his case. We're saving up for a private investigator and need all the help we can get to strengthen his appeal. Please help us fight for him his freedom and justice!

The family and friends of Albert Santana are seeking help in raising $25,000 to fight Albert's wrongful conviction. The fees are needed to hire an investigator and a lawyer. 

Albert Santana has been wrongfully incarcerated since 2003 for murder. He was sentenced to 40 years-to-life. It has been discovered that the only eyewitness to the murder was pressured into lying about his identification of Albert. There were also witnesses who said that Albert was not the one who committed the crime. These discoveries can only lead to Albert's liberation with some financial backing, otherwise, he will remain in prison until at 2042.

Albert remains in high spirits and keeps a healthy faith in God. Over the years he has become a proficient para-legal and has helped other inmates obtain relief in the court. He is also the spiritual leader of his religious community; teaching classes weekly as well as counselling fellow inmates helping them rehabilitate themselves. 

This page has been set up by Albert's friends and family who miss him dearly and want justice. We wish to see him home and would hate to have him waste his prime years in prison for a wrongful conviction. We believe the system to be just, however justice was not done in Albert's case, therefore we would appreciate any donations.

Please find it in your heart to help us in our cause. Thank you for taking the time out to read this page.


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