“I’m free at least, and I thank God that I’m free, free at last, Thank God! I thank President Trump – he set me free, that God touched his heart,” – Curtis McDonald [#AndIThankGod]
ONLY ON @FOX13Memphis: We were the only camera crew at First Baptist Bartlett as Curtis McDonald made his 1st appearance at church since President Trump granted him clemency last week. He spent 24 yrs in prison & was expected to be there for life. pic.twitter.com/JzSviTWe8U
— Kirstin Garriss (@ReporterGarriss) October 25, 2020
A Memphis man returned to his home church for the first time in 24 years after his release from prison.
President Donald Trump granted 70-year-old Curtis McDonald clemency last week and commuted the rest of his sentence.
Curtis McDonald said would go to church while he was in prison but because of COVID-19 he said has not been to church in 8 months and now his first service back is in the same church that prayed for his release.
As he walked into the sanctuary of his brother’s church, Curtis McDonald said this moment is the miracle he prayed for over the last 20 years.
“I’m free at least, and I thank God that I’m free, free at last, Thank God! I thank President Trump – he set me free, that God touched his heart,”
– Curtis McDonald
“Thank God – I thank him for real” Curtis McDonald returns to home church after prison release
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