College & Community Relations
Exoneration: A Discussion with Timothy Masters to be held at Aims Community CollegeSubmitted on: 10-08-2012
GREELEY – Timothy Masters endured years of imprisonment for a crime he did not commit. He will share his story and answer questions during the next Human2Human event to be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12, in Beaty Hall Theater on the Aims Community College campus in Greeley.
This discussion will focus on Masters’ wrongful conviction, his protestations of innocence, his court battles and how he ultimately regained his freedom. Masters also won a multi-million dollar civil suit against the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County, which won the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association’s Case of the Year award. The case represents what those who seek justice fear most: an innocent person sitting behind bars.
The Aims Human2Human Project sponsors the event, which is a college-wide program aiming to make a positive impact on the community by providing learning opportunities through the presentation of different perspectives.
All Human2Human events are free and open to the public.
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