In the media: The Bolden story


After serving 22 years in prison for crimes he didn’t commit, Eddie Bolden was released and able to see his son, Dominique, graduate from Goshen College in the same week. Read their story:

Illinois man who spent 22 years in prison for murders he didn’t commit starts life over – WQAD, 4. 26.16

Free after 22 years, wrongfully convicted man finds peace in Galesburg – The Galesburg Register-Mail, 4.26.16

Father Who Was Wrongly Imprisoned for 22 Years Sees His Son Graduate College: ‘Thank You for Being My Reason to Live’ – People Magazine, 4.26.16

Freed from prison after sentence thrown out, man attends son’s graduation – Chicago Tribune, 4.25.16

Father who was wrongly imprisoned sees son graduate from Goshen College – The South Bend Tribune, 4.25.16

Goshen College senior reunited with long-imprisoned father at graduation – The Goshen News, 4.24.16

Wrongfully convicted man freed from prison in time to see son graduate – ABC 57, 4.24.16

Prison bars couldn’t break the bond between father and son – South Bend Tribune, 4.21.16

Eddie Bolden freed after 2 decades in prison – Chicago Tribune, 4.20.16

After graduation, Dominique, an All-American basketball player, plans to play professional basketball abroad. Watch his highlight reel: