Click on the links below to read, listen, and watch some of the extensive media coverage that Patty and her story have received.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Patty Prewitt Wrongly Convicted and Deserves Release by Bob Wilcox
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: From Chillicothe to Pacific, COVID-19 spreads like wildfire through Missouri prisons by Tony Messenger
Guernica Magazine: A Woman’s Place: The shaming and incarceration of Patricia Ann Prewitt by Malcolm Garcia
Missouri Times: Lawmakers appeal to Parson for clemency for 70-year-old woman
Kansas City Star: Bring Patty Prewitt Home by Jane Watkins
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Pandemic in Prison Means a Potential Death Sentence for All by Judy Henderson
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: As coronavirus spreads to America’s jails and prisons, the death penalty awaits by Tony Messenger
St. Louis Public Radio: ’33 And Counting’ Spotlights Missouri Grandmother’s Fight For Clemency
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Pandemic adds urgency to Missouri grandmother’s pleas for clemency
St. Louis Public Radio: Missouri Clemency Backlog Request Continues Under Parson
St. Louis Post Dispatch: Parson need to address clemency case backlog, by Rev. June Pearse
St. Louis Post Dispatch: If released, Patty Prewitt could help others succeed, by Laura Phillips
St. Louis Post Dispatch: This is the season for Gov. Parson to grant clemency, by Reps. Shamed Dogan and Tracy McCreery.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial: Patty Prewitt, a 69 year-old grandmother, deserves clemency. Her jailer agrees.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Clemency for Patty Prewitt by former Director of the Missouri Department of Corrections George Lombardi
Kansas City Star: Governor Parson, please bring my mother Patty Prewitt home by Jane Prewitt Watkins
Kansas City Star: Bring Patty Home by Maureen Gorsuch
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Greitens Should Grant Clemency for Patty Prewitt by Rep. Tracy McCreery
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Patty Prewitt Has Shown an Undying Positive Spirit by Lucy Freedman
Riverfront Times: Supporters of Patty Prewitt Beg Governor for Mercy
St. Louis Post Dispatch: Clemency for Patty Prewitt by Sister Maryann McGivern
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: New Coalition Urges Clemency for 14 Missouri Women in Prison
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Clemency for Patty Prewitt by Robert Beaird
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Editorial: Why hasn’t Gov. Jay Nixon used his power to pardon?
Associated Press: Clemency Sought for Mo. Woman Convicted in Husband’s Murder
St. Louis Beacon: Clemency for Patty Prewitt by former Rep. Bill Deeken
Columbia Daily Tribune: Prisoner Deserving of Mercy
Springfield News-Leader: Governor Should Show Mercy to Prisoner
Columbia Missourian: Prison Performing Arts Feature
KBIA Radio: Talking Politics Program Featuring Patty
The Point News (St. Mary’s College of Maryland): Students, Faculty Work Towards Freeing Patty Prewitt
Jefferson City News Tribune: Woman’s backers make new push for clemency
Res Ipsa Loquitur (Georgetown Law Alumni Magazine):A Clinic Grows at Georgetown.
KDHX Radio’s Collateral Damage: Gender Bias in the Criminal Justice System
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Gov. Nixon should pardon Patty Prewitt.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:An Appeal for Clemency, by Rep. John Burnett and Rep. Bill Deeken.
Columbia Daily Tribune: Nixon pushed to commute life sentence.
Macon Chronicle Herald: Lawmakers Request Action on Sentence Commutation for Patricia Prewitt
PEN America Center: Interview with Patricia Prewitt
KBIA: Audio Slideshow