Bernard Pease on beginning his re-entry journey after 4 decades in prison

Unpacking Injustice by Montana Innocence Project

Episode notes

After nearly 40 years, Montana Innocence Project client Bernard Pease Jr. left prison on January 4 and was transferred to the pre-release center in Billings. He was granted parole subject to an extended pre-release stay late last year. MTIP Executive Director Amy Sings In The Timber and Communications and Community Outreach Manager Randi Mattox visited Bernard at the center last week to discuss the beginning of his re-entry journey. He spoke about his anxiety around new experiences, getting to see his sister Linda with fewer restrictions, and his hopes of working in the fishing guide industry.

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