Looks like the early part of 2014 could possibly be a wonderful start to the year for our unjustly incarcerated sister CeCe McDonald.
According to information posted on the Minnesota Department of Corrections website, CeCe McDonald has a projected release date of January 13, 2014 with another 13 months of supervised release.
That's good news in a case that dates back to a June 5, 2011 night in which she and her friends found themselves under assault after having racist and transphobic slurs uttered at them as the passed the Schooner Tavern on their way to a South Minneapolis store. A fight instigated by Molly Shannon Flaherty resulted in the death of Dean Schmitz
McDonald ended up taking a plea deal when there was clear evidence of self
defense, while Molly Flaherty, the person who instigated this drama, only served 180 days.
Hope it does happen on that date for our incarcerated sister, because she shouldn't
have spent one second inside the walls of that prison.
CeCe was recently interviewed by Laverne Cox as part of an upcoming documentary currently being produced about the case entitled FREE CeCe!
Will definitely be keeping an eye on this developing story as we get closer to the projected release date. I hope I have more wonderful news to report on January 13.