Kim Kardashian has visited a convicted fourfold murderer in the death row

Kim Kardashian has visited a convicted fourfold murderer in the death row

Kim Kardashian has visited a convicted fourfold murderer in the death row

Kim Kardashian has visited the infamous San Quentin prison and has received a convicted murderer in the death row trying to free her.

The reality TV star spent two hours on Thursday with quadruple killer Kevin Cooper and is convinced that he has been framed, TMZ said.

The 61-year-old man has been waiting since 1983 for the death penalty of two parents, their ten-year-old daughter, and her boyfriend in Los Angeles.

Cooper has always declared his innocence.

In October, Kim asked California's governor, Jerry Brown, to investigate Cooper's case for evidence that Cooper was set up, and asked Brown to order DNA testing.

The new California governor, Gavin Newsom – loyal to the death penalty – ordered additional tests in February.

Kim is said to have visited Cooper so that they could get to know each other while waiting for the results.

According to one source, she spent several hours in San Quentin (photo) to meet prisoners and staff

According to one source, she spent several hours in San Quentin (photo) to meet prisoners and staff

According to one source, she spent several hours in San Quentin (photo) to meet prisoners and staff

Cooper was sentenced to death for the murder of Douglas and Peggy Ryan, their 10-year-old daughter Jessica and 10-year-old Chris Hughes, who was staying in their home in the Chino Hills suburb of Los Angeles.

During Cooper's appeal, it became apparent that evidence, including a t-shirt allegedly from the murderer, contained his blood and test tube preservative.

This indicated that the blood on the shirt had been put there in a test tube of Cooper's blood and had not been splattered during the fourfold murder.

Family photo of Peggy, Doug, Jessica and Joshua Ryan, who was the only survivor of a hatchet in 1985

Family photo of Peggy, Doug, Jessica and Joshua Ryan, who was the only survivor of a hatchet in 1985

Family photo of Peggy, Doug, Jessica and Joshua Ryan, who was the only survivor of a hatchet in 1985

Proponents claim that the San Bernardino Sheriff & # 39; s Department tampered with DNA evidence to frame Cooper and that this evidence – found on a t-shirt that Cooper never wore – should be retested.

Witnesses also said they had seen three white men drive – believed to be the family car – away from home, but the police focused on Cooper.

The Californian man has fought to review evidence in his case for years.

Five judges even agreed that he had been wrongly convicted, but he remained behind bars.

Kim Kardashian has released no fewer than 17 prisoners by secretly financing a criminal justice campaign, it was announced last month.

The reality TV star started her social justification bids by filing a petition with President Donald Trump about the release of Tennessee's grandmother, Alice Marie Johnson, last June.

Because Trump was granted the 63-year-old grace after meeting Kim at the White House, she joined campaigns to release other prisoners.

Some Kim campaigns have been well published, such as the former sex slave Cyntoia Brown, Jeffrey Stringer and Johnson, who have been in prison for 21 years for a non-violent drug offense.

Brown was arrested in 1983 and sentenced in 1985 for the horrific murders of two children and two adults - but he has always maintained his innocence

Brown was arrested in 1983 and sentenced in 1985 for the horrific murders of two children and two adults - but he has always maintained his innocence

Brown was arrested in 1983 and sentenced in 1985 for the horrific murders of two children and two adults – but he has always maintained his innocence

In May, Kim helped get Stringer from Miami out of jail after being imprisoned for more than two decades for a low-level drug issue.

The reality star tweeted that she financed his case after he was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Kim also joined celebrities like Cara Delevigne and Rihanna when they called Brown, who served 12 years in prison for killing a man who paid her for sex when she was only 16, to be released.

The Buried Alive Project has cheered on updates from those who helped and claimed to have helped 17 prisoners, including Terrence Byrd, Jamelle Carraway from Illinois, and Eric Balcom from Florida.

And Kim has been secretly financing the project in recent months, according to TMZ.

Kim Kardashian with Alice Marie Johnson, who was pardoned by President Trump after meeting the White House reality star last June

Kim Kardashian with Alice Marie Johnson, who was pardoned by President Trump after meeting the White House reality star last June

Kim Kardashian with Alice Marie Johnson, who was pardoned by President Trump after meeting the White House reality star last June

Kardashian met Trump (photo) to mark the case of Alice Johnson, which resulted in her release

Kardashian met Trump (photo) to mark the case of Alice Johnson, which resulted in her release

Kardashian met Trump (photo) to mark the case of Alice Johnson, which resulted in her release

Byrd served 25 years in a federal prison for drug possession charges, Balcom was sentenced to life imprisonment without a conditional release for a drug case at the age of 29, and Carraway served 11 years in prison for cocaine possession.

After her successful campaign to get Johnson out of prison, Kim became interested in criminal law.

The Keeping Up with The Kardashians star has since been registered with the California State Bar to study legislation to become a full-fledged lawyer.

Kim must also earn 60 credits and then work as a student at a law firm in San Francisco with the intention of taking the Bar exam in 2022.

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