March 2, 2016 — BBC News Magazine has published an extensive article titled “The Schoolboy Wrongly Accused of Two Murders,” regarding the subject of Pepperdine Law professor Jim Gash’s Divine Collision book and Remand documentary.
Introduction from BBC News:
Ugandan schoolboy Tumusiime Henry was 15 when he was accused of murder the first time. While he waited almost two years for the trial to begin he was accused of a second murder. But then he met an American lawyer who slowly realized it was up to him to come to the rescue of an innocent teenager.