Given our previous work with Tony Lewis, Jr., we can’t help but be overjoyed by this development. This is what happens when you never stop fighting. From Fox 5:

Tony Lewis Sr. has served over three decades in prison for his role in one of the largest, most notorious crack-cocaine crime rings in the region. Convicted of being part of a 29-person conspiracy in 1989, the D.C. drug kingpin was serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole.

On Monday, Lewis Jr. drove with his family to 14601 Burbridge Road SE in Cumberland, Maryland and picked his father up from the Federal Correctional Institution.

His daughters held a sign that read, “Welcome Home Tony, Sr.” as they waited to reunite with their Poppop. Another sign included a bible verse, “Who the son set free is free indeed.”

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