During the late January/early February ice storm, Steve Mulroy joined other protesters outside 201 Poplar against the six-year prison sentence of Pamela Moses for voter fraud.
The Memphis Flyer reported:
“Moses has continued to proclaim her innocence.
In attempting to vote, she had presented a certificate from the Department of Corrections attesting that her rights had been restored after serving out a probation for a felony conviction.
The document was genuine, but the probation, as it turned out, had not been completed, and controversy lingers not only regarding Moses’ role in clouding the issue but the severity of her sentence.”
Steve Mulroy joined People for Fairness and Justice group, along with Stand for Children Executive Director Cardell Orrin, Just City CEO Josh Spickler, and others in the cold for the protest.
You can read the full Memphis Flyer article here.