At the age of 12 and 14, Leroy and myself became young lovers growing up on the same street together. Leroy, aka June, as we all know of and called [him], was the sweetest, most loveable, and caring person myself and others knew. There was not a day or time in my life with him did he ever raise his voice or hand towards me. He always said, Rose, you’re gonna be my wife one day… (read more)
Sister Sheila Galligan
Leroy bears no signs of ill will or resentment – no toxic bitterness. He bears witness to the difference faith can make, even when the world (or the justice system) has ceased making sense… (read more)
Michael J. Malloy, Esq.
From the first moment I met Leroy, I realized he and his case were different… (read more)
The crime scene, as described by the investigators, seemed to not fit with what we knew about Mrs. Leo’s injuries from the Medical Examiner’s report… (read more)