Kim Kardashian Seeks Justice for Death Row Inmate Julius Jones

Kim Kardashian shared snaps of her Oklahoma visit to meet Julius Jones, who is on death row. The reality star has put forward an emotional plea for him. She said that Julius had been incarcerated for over 21 years for the crime, which he has never committed. She shared the photos of her visit on social networking platform Instagram. Jones was sentenced to death in 2002, for the slaying of 45-year-old Paul Howell. Kim is going to assist his legal team, as she is studying law through her apprenticeship in California.

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Julius Jones in Death Row 

According to the legal team of Julius Jones, he has been convicted wrongfully, and there is no compelling supportive evidence. He is now on death row in Oklahoma. Jones was convicted for the murder case when he was only 19-years-old. Jones is suffering the death row from the last 20 years, and he is held in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day. Julius is only allowed one hour of sunlight in a day. According to the petition that vows to protect Julius is about to save to his life from the suffering he has endured. Kim Kardashian, who is now studying law, has promised to help him his legal team in all the ways possible. She has shared her visit’s snaps on Instagram, which boasts more than 190 million followers. 

Kim Kardashian Seeks Justice for Death Row Inmate Julius Jones

Kim Kardashian seeks justice for death row inmate Julius Jones. Kim has visited Julius and spent some time with him. After that, she visited her family at the Church. The sources further revealed that Kardashian met Jones and his attorney Dale Baich. She has promised in assisting his legal team in every manner and so. She met Julius’s family in the Church as well. Julius got emotional while she met Kim Kardashian and expressed her feeling and recalled the night of Howell’s death that Jones was with her the whole night. Now, Kim Kardashian has come forward to support Julius Jones.