In part TWO of this exclusive, Linda discusses the trial, evidence suppressed by Larry Krasner’s prosecution, and how Krasner’s DA’s office turned its back on her family.
WATCH: Linda Schellenger honors the memory of her son, Sean, and tells us how Larry Krasner obstructed justice (pt. 1/3)
In Part 1 of our 3-part interview, Linda describes Sean’s vibrant personality, his penchant for constantly helping others and the phone call that changed her life forever.
I wanted to give Linda a voice, undiluted by anyone else’s narrative or agenda. We spoke about her son Sean, his life, their relationship and how her life changed on July 12, 2018.
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