Read more about Corey’s story in this recent write-up in The Shreveport Times, where his attorney, Blythe Taplin had this to say:
“For an intellectually disabled, innocent, teenager to be removed from death row and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole, it isn’t a victory — it’s a tragedy every day that Corey remains in prison. This state was supposed to protect kids like Corey. Given what we know now, it’s clear that we failed him.”
Read the Innocence Project‘s Amicus brief below.