The TV Project That Will Show The Most Human Side Of Kim Kardashian

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Kim Kardashian released the trailer for her new television project The Justice Project, a documentary that addresses the efforts of the famous to reform the criminal justice system and the cases in which she has intervened to enforce justice 

United States.-  Convinced that people “deserve a second chance” and with the story of  Alice Marie Johnson as a clear example of her struggle and commitment to achieve reform in the United States criminal justice system, Kim Kardashian launched the first trailer of her television project  The Justice Project.

The reform of the criminal justice system is such an important thing for me, I can’t wait to share these stories with all of you, “Kim wrote as she shared the advance on Instagram.

From the hand of Oxygen , a television channel with a focus on crime stories, the Kardashian-Jenner clan member will premiere in April the two-hour documentary that addresses her search for a penitentiary reform , as well as the complex cases of people serving sentences of life imprisonment, which seeks to help.

As is known, in 2018 Kim Kardashian intervened in the case of Alice Marie Johnson, a woman who was sentenced to life imprisonment plus 25 years in 1996 when she was found guilty of conspiracy to own cocaine and attempted cocaine possession, a first related crime with drugs and committed without violence.

After the famous woman met with Donald Trump to address the situation of Alice, who served 21 years in prison, the president of the United States commuted the woman’s penalty.

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Since then, Kanye West’s wife has not ceased to show her interest in the law and to contribute to what she considers “a massive problem of imprisonment in the United States.” Such is the commitment of the celebrity who, in April of last year, revealed that she is studying to become a lawyer.

The Justice Project will premiere on April 5.