Saturday, August 14, 2010

Kezer Receives Settlement, Not Apology. August 14, 2010 by Erin Mcneill

Josh Kezer laughs after bowing to the media before getting in the car that was leading him away from Jefferson City Correctional Center as a free man on the day of his release.


  1. Hi Josh, I just saw your story on On the Case with Paula Zahn. I'm so sorry for all you've been through and am so thankful you are using it all to glorify God. You are very inspiration and I thank you for sharing your story and for your example of forgiveness, acceptance and peace. God bless you and your family.

  2. He really does take Captivity captive. THanks be to God for your freedom and the Lord restoring you in every area of your life. You are a rich man because you understand that HE IS YOUR LIFE and nothing in all the world is worth more than His love. Keep taking His love into all the world JOSH. God is with you and clearly HE IS FOR YOU.

  3. God bless you and your family Josh.

  4. Hiya Josh,

    First of all, I just wanted to say, welcome back to the "outside"!! It's definitely a better place, with YOU in it! Your serenity, gentle spirit, and willingness to forgive, are extraordinary! And, something that we can all aspire to be more like. I do have to say that God does truly work in mysterious ways sometimes. Because, perhaps if you had stayed free, and surrounded by bad influences, you eventually could have gotten into all kinds of trouble...
    Drugs-> Petty Theft-> GTA-> Armed Robbery. Once get into one, easy to transition from one to the next. Before you know it, you are in jail, for something that you actually did do. So, easy for me to say, and strange, but prob true... Wrongful conviction and incarceration, may actually have saved your life, in the long run!! Just a lil' food for thought to "chew" on.

    Hope to hear from you here, or you can reach me on FB, under Catherine A. Riley in Duarte, CA.

    Take care, and God bless,