Swain: ‘I Would Kill Myself’ Rather Than Go Back To Prison
In part one of our interview with Lorinda Swain of Calhoun County, she talked about some of the circumstances that led to her conviction on child molestation charges. She maintained her innocence, even through 8 years in prison. Another 7 years in appellate courts kept her waiting on a string - unsure of her future. In part two, she discusses what she'd planned to do if freedom wasn't an option.
One way or another, Swain told WBCK "I was going to be out of my misery," She made it clear: she would either finally be free, or she would be dead. Click the player below to hear Lorinda's reasoning for contemplating suicide if the Michigan Supreme Court did not issued a ruling that she deserved a new trial.