Exonerated man Curtis McCarty will be stopping in several Nebraska towns this November to speak about his time spent on Oklahoma's death row for a crime he didn't commit.
McCarty was exonerated in 2007 after being convicted twice and sentenced to death three times. Now he tours the country speaking about his life before, during and after his time on death row.
Nebraskansfor Alternatives to the Death Penalty is sponsoring his presentations, which are free for the public.
His presentations are planned for:
Nov.5: Hastings-- Grace United MethodistChurch, 1832 W. 9th St. at7 p.m.
Nov.7: York-- First United Methodist Church, OldFellowship Hall, 309 E. 7th St. at7 p.m.
Nov.12: Holdrege-- First United Methodist Church, 604 WestAvenue at 7 p.m.
Nov.14: Schuyler-- St. Augustine Catholic Church social hall,619 Banner St. at 7 p.m.
Nov.18: Alliance-- Place and Time TBA
Nov.18: Chadron-- Chadron State College, Student Center,Bordeaux/Lakota Rm at 7 p.m.
Nov.19: Valentine-- Place and Time TBA