John Bunn

Bryshere Gray’s New Film Canal Street Tackles Wrongful Imprisonment

As the world tries to comprehend the horrific story of John Bunn, a Brooklyn Black man wrongfully imprisoned at 14 for murder for 17 years for a murder he did not commit, stories of wrongful convictions pop up in Hollywood. Canal Street is one of those provocative stories hitting the big screen this fall. Screened […]

Source Exclusive: The John Bunn Interview, Part 2

the source exclusive the john bunn interview part

Words by Kyra Donahoo   John Bunn continues to make it known that being wrongfully convicted as an adolescent was not detrimental to his growth, despite being surrounded in a negative environment for 27 years. Being convicted was bittersweet for the Crown Heights native, but he continued to keep his faith to be able to […]

Source Exclusive: The John Bunn Interview, Part 1

John Bunn Interview

Words by Kyra Donahoo At the age of 14, John Bunn would have never expected to be convicted for murder, especially one he didn’t commit. But nothing was as it seemed for a teenaged Bunn, who was sentenced to 17 years in prison in 1991 because of the wrongdoings of former NYPD Detective Louis N. […]