"I am My Sister's Voice" Jennifer Bishop-Jenkins on Speaking Up for the Rights of Victims of Juvenile Murderers

"I am My Sister's Voice" Jennifer Bishop-Jenkins on Speaking Up for the Rights of Victims of Juvenile Murderers

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Jennifer Bishop-Jenkins' sister, brother-in-law and unborn child were murdered in Winneka, Illinois in 1990 by a 16 year old diagnoised sociopath who is now serving Life Without Parole in the Illinois Department of Corrections. Bishop-Jenkins is the President and co-Founder of the National Organization of Victims of Juvenile Murderers (NOVJM).
In this episode, Jennifer Bishop-Jenkins talks to Roberta about the movement to abolish juvenile life sentences. Bishop-Jenkins explains why life ... See More

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