Send Darill Henry an Uplifting Note During the COVID-19 Health Crisis

Darrill remains in prison awaiting justice.

Darrill Henry was wrongfully convicted of a double murder in New Orleans, Louisiana in 2004. His conviction was overturned this month and he’s now awaiting his new trial from Angola prison, which has suspended all visits for at least a month in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Henry, an Innocence Project client, has always maintained his innocence in the murders of an 89-year-old woman and her 67-year-old daughter. And the results of modern DNA testing recently performed on evidence from under the mother’s fingernails excluded Henry as a match, clearly proving his innocence.

Now with the suspension of prison visits, Henry will not be be able to see his two children, Darrill Guitroz and Daranika Guitroz, who is pregnant with Henry’s first grandchild.

Henry is constantly washing his hands to stay healthy because hand sanitizer is not allowed in the prison and he is trying to stay positive during this crisis as he waits for justice.

Send him an uplifting message during this challenging time.