Incarceration kept them apart, but love kept them together
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As soon as I saw the email I was intrigued…
Someone was requesting an interview on Footnotes for a couple named Sibil Fox and Rob Richardson.
They have an incredible, tragic, and ultimately hopeful story. From their bio…
In 1997, Rob Rich, a first offender in Louisiana, was sentenced to 61-years as a result of overzealous prosecution. Not to be denied, after her release from prison in 2002, Fox Rich led a valiant charge to regain her husband’s freedom. In June 2018 Governor John Bel Edwards granted clemency to Rob. Ninety days later he was released.
We were able to hop on Instagram Live and have a fun and inspiring conversation. Now you can listen on my Footnotes podcast.
You’re going to love meeting them!
And you’ll really appreciate their new book: Time: The Untold Story of the Love That Held Us Together When Incarceration Kept Us Apart. If you’re interested in being entered to receive a free copy, head over to instagram, facebook, or linkedin and comment with your takeaway from the interview to be entered!
Enjoy this interview with Fox and Rob and grab their new book Time!
I love to see people rescued from oppression and persecution, but it breaks me to see how common it is for people to have their lives destroyed by a carceral system that is indifferent to innocence in the pursuit of revenge.
How long, O Lord?
May we long for freedom and liberty for our captives.