“I’m free at last, free at last. Thank God almighty, I’m free at last.” – Curtis McDonald [#ThankGodAlmighty]

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“I’m free at last, free at last. Thank God almighty, I’m free at last.” – Curtis McDonald [#ThankGodAlmighty]

A Memphis man is thanking President Donald Trump and a higher power for his release after spending 24 years in prison.

Curtis McDonald’s family said there have been a lot of tears shed and a lot of prayers answers after more than 20 years of family and friends fighting for his freedom.

Curtis McDonald said he only saw this day in his dreams, but now it is a true moment of a dream come true.

“It’s all about God! He set me free. I didn’t drop my head or nothing. I kept my faith. As long as I had my faith and hope, and I was in Jesus’ hands, there was no worry.”
– Curtis McDonald

Wednesday Curtis McDonald was released from prison after President Trump signed Executive Grants of Clemency to commute his sentence.

Curtis McDonald was the only one of 16 suspects in the 1994 indictment of a drug ring who was still serving time in prison.

Curtis McDonald was convicted in 1996 and expected to spend the rest of his life behind bars.

Curtis McDonald said he only saw the day of his release in his dreams, but now it’s a dream come true.

“I called my sister and said COME GET ME! I said don’t wait on me! Come get me now cause I’m free!”
– Curtis McDonald

Curtis McDonald’s loved ones crowded him with hugs, prayers, and gifts.

“We’ve been praying for Curtis’ release for 20 something years. So it’s been a long time and I’m sure it’s been longer for him than it was for us. We’re just glad this day finally came.”
– Curtis’ relative Darryl McDonald

“I’m 70 years old and I’m still in good shape. Like I just said, as long as you’re in God’s hands, there’s no worry.”
– Curtis McDonald explained

Curtis McDonald says there is no time to reflect on the days and years lost, only to look ahead and enjoy the rest of his life with his family, especially his grandchildren.

This is his first time being able to properly meet them.

“I’m free at last, free at last. Thank God almighty, I’m free at last.”
– Curtis McDonald

A letter from the White House stated that Curtis McDonald was a first-time offender who had an excellent record of good conduct.

“Mr. McDonald has made productive use of his time in prison, maintaining employment with good job evaluations, and has completed numerous education courses.”

Curtis McDonald’s family says time heals all wounds.

‘I’m free at last’: Curtis McDonald released after spending 24 years in prison:
FOX13 Memphis

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