KKFI Fall Fund Drive, Call 888-931-0901 to show your support for KKFI and Jaws of Justice Radio
**For a donation of $50 or more we will say thank you with a copy of Ricky’s book of Poetry, Vivid Expressions

Vivid Expressions; A Journey Inside The Mind Of The Innocent – Ricky Kidd

Vivid Expressions Cover

In March of 1997, Ricky Kidd was wrongfully convicted and sentenced to life without parole for first degree murder. Ricky knew that he was Innocent and felt abandoned by family and friends after he went to prison. For over twenty one years Ricky has fought to prove his innocence and survive his imprisonment, the legal system and his own feelings of helplessness. Over the years, much of that time, spent in the law library He eventually reconciled with family, found friends that supported and believed him and found an inner confidence and belief in himself. He worked to improve himself, doing radio and TV production; taking, leading and developing programs to help himself and others learn how to get ready to return to society. Besides Poetry Ricky has written a spoken word play, Mind of the innocent and another play I Wanna Be Like My Father. (Link to performance of I Wanna Be Like My Father below)

Today guest host Arlin Buyert, Director of the poetry program at Lansing Correctional Center in Lansing, Kansas talks with Ricky Kidd about his poetry, how it has helped him survive and thrive. They will also talk about Ricky’s case, conditions in the Jackson County Jail. Arlin also helps introduce a new poet, Devin Hurd, who Ricky has been mentoring since he came to the Jackson County Jail.

Ricky Kidd –
Vivid Expressions – https://www.amazon.com/Vivid-Expressions-Journey-Inside-Innocent/dp/1548560952
Info on Ricky’s case – http://www.freerickykidd.com/
Face Book – https://www.facebook.com/JusticeforRickykidd
Play – I Wanna Be Like My Father – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5ZXDHvQsQM

Arlin Buyert
Webpage – http://www.arlinbuyert.com/
Email – [email protected]

ON Jaws of Justice Radio | October 9, 2017 | 9:00 am

Vivid Expressions; A Journey Inside The Mind Of The Innocent – Ricky Kidd

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KKFI Fall Fund Drive, Call 888-931-0901 to show your support for KKFI and Jaws of Justice Radio
**For a donation of $50 or more we will say thank you with a copy of Ricky’s book of Poetry, Vivid Expressions

Vivid Expressions; A Journey Inside The Mind Of The Innocent – Ricky Kidd

Vivid Expressions Cover

In March of 1997, Ricky Kidd was wrongfully convicted and sentenced to life without parole for first degree murder. Ricky knew that he was Innocent and felt abandoned by family and friends after he went to prison. For over twenty one years Ricky has fought to prove his innocence and survive his imprisonment, the legal system and his own feelings of helplessness. Over the years, much of that time, spent in the law library He eventually reconciled with family, found friends that supported and believed him and found an inner confidence and belief in himself. He worked to improve himself, doing radio and TV production; taking, leading and developing programs to help himself and others learn how to get ready to return to society. Besides Poetry Ricky has written a spoken word play, Mind of the innocent and another play I Wanna Be Like My Father. (Link to performance of I Wanna Be Like My Father below)

Today guest host Arlin Buyert, Director of the poetry program at Lansing Correctional Center in Lansing, Kansas talks with Ricky Kidd about his poetry, how it has helped him survive and thrive. They will also talk about Ricky’s case, conditions in the Jackson County Jail. Arlin also helps introduce a new poet, Devin Hurd, who Ricky has been mentoring since he came to the Jackson County Jail.

Ricky Kidd –
Vivid Expressions – https://www.amazon.com/Vivid-Expressions-Journey-Inside-Innocent/dp/1548560952
Info on Ricky’s case – http://www.freerickykidd.com/
Face Book – https://www.facebook.com/JusticeforRickykidd
Play – I Wanna Be Like My Father – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5ZXDHvQsQM

Arlin Buyert
Webpage – http://www.arlinbuyert.com/
Email – [email protected]

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