About Deliberate Injustice The Book
Deliberate Injustice is the true story about the wrongful conviction of Kenny Wyniemko.
In 1994, Kenny was wrongfully convicted of a savage rape and sentenced to 40 years in prison. In 2003, with the help of the Michigan Innocence Project, he was exonerated and released after nearly nine years of incarceration.
Deliberate Injustice covers Kenny's arrest, conviction, and incarceration, the events leading to his release, and his inspiring work as a spokesperson for the wrongfully convicted.
Deliberate Injustice is in narrative form with interviews, trial transcripts, depositions, police reports, and witness statements interspersed throughout. But what sets this book apart is Kenny's thoughts as he faces every lie and every indignation. Kenny describes his shame when marched into the courtroom in a prison suit and chains in front of his friends and family and a courtroom of strangers; his complete humiliation as he is paraded throughout Jackson, naked and chained to several prisoners; his feeling of abandonment in his first day at Jackson Prison as he tears up a bedsheet in an effort to end his life; and his elation when declared a free man.
Deliberate Injustice is unlike all other stories about wrongful convictions, a compelling read from front to back cover.