Kim Kardashian West Helps Free 17 Federal Prisoners in Last Three Months, Announces New Justice Documentary

KIM KARDASHIAN WEST  AND HER PERSONAL ATTORNEY, CO-FOUNDER OF  BURIED ALIVE PROJECT,   BRITTANY K. BARNETT  ENTERING THE WHITE HOUSE TO MEET WITH JARED KUSHNER AND PRESIDENT TRUMP ON PRISON REFORM ISSUES.  VIA  THR

KIM KARDASHIAN WEST AND HER PERSONAL ATTORNEY, CO-FOUNDER OF BURIED ALIVE PROJECT, BRITTANY K. BARNETT ENTERING THE WHITE HOUSE TO MEET WITH JARED KUSHNER AND PRESIDENT TRUMP ON PRISON REFORM ISSUES. VIA THR

Kim Kardashian West Helps Free 17 Federal Prisoners in Last Three Months

Buzzfeed wrote on Tuesday that Kim Kardashian West has helped free 17 federal prisoners in the last three months.

Lawyers Brittany K. Barnett and MiAngel Cody confirmed Kardashian’s involvement in funding the 90 Days of Freedom Campaign, an entity born from President Trump’s signing of the First Step Act, designed to see sentence reductions for those serving life terms on drug offences.

“She’s using her platform to shine a light on this issue,” said Barnett, who is Kardashian West's personal lawyer and one of the co-creators of the Buried Alive Project. “She really helped us with the work we’ve already been doing, and she’s helping us amplify the voices of the people who are buried alive.”

“People get out of prison when powerful women link arms. Brittany and I linked arms years ago, and Kim has come and linked arms, too," Cody, Barnett’s co-counsel on the 90 Days of Freedom Campaign, said. “It’s about using what resources you have to shine a light on the underbelly of American injustice."

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It seems safe to assert that Kim Kardashian West will be front and center in the battle. It seems safe to assert that Kim Kardashian West will be front and center in the battle. In fact, she just announced Wednesday ‘Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project’, a new two-hour documentary for Oxygen.