G. Dep Travelle Coleman confession


#1

Listened to a good story about a confession made by travelle Coleman (G. Dep) hip hop artist and walking into the police station to turn himself in.
His wife and him discuss the role that their catholic faith played.
The last 10 minutes he discusses sacrament of confession briefly

i thought it could be a good idea for Catholic answers show to explore more possibly

mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/2012/05/lms_20120510_0923.mp3

abc.net.au/radionational/programs/lifematters/coming-clean3a-guilt-and-confession/4002132

"…Former Rap artist G Dep was sentenced to 15 years to life in the United States this week for the murder of a man in a botched robbery in New York in 1993.

This was an unusual case, G Dep (whose name is Trevell Coleman) was not a suspect in the murder, which was an unsolved cold case. Then in 2010 he walked into a police station to confess to the crime two decades after it took place.

He reportedly told police he wanted to clear his conscience.

This case raises questions about how guilt plays on a person’s conscience and how the law deals with the people who ultimately ‘come clean’ of their own volition and confess, to try and ‘right the wrong’…"


#2

interesting story. thanks for sharing.


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