Kevin Keith

Kevin T. Keith

Director at Lethbridge Community Foundation

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Professional Building 404 8Th St S., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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(403) 328-5297

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Governor - Austin Ohio

Partner - KPMG LLP




Board Member - Community Foundation of Lethbridge

Board Member - NCADP

President - Sufficient Scruples

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Kevin Keith
Kevin Keith is a partner with KPMG LLP Chartered Accountants in Lethbridge bringing a wealth of knowledge to the Board. Kevin is interested in using his time and talents to assist the foundation and the area it serves. He has also served on the University of Lethbridge Board of Governors, United Way of Lethbridge Board, University of Lethbridge Senate Executive. Kevin is married with two adult children.

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Texas Moratorium Network | Ohio Governor Commutes Death Sentence of Kevin Keith to Life; Texas Needs a Governor Who Will Provide Similar Leadership

Ohio Governor Commutes Death Sentence of Kevin Keith to Life; Texas Needs a Governor Who Will Provide Similar Leadership
The Governor of Ohio, Ted Strickland, today commuted the death sentence of Kevin Keith to life in prison. Keith maintains he is innocent. This is what leadership from a governor looks like. In making the decision, Strickland rejected an 8-0 recommendation from the Ohio Parole Board that Keith should be executed. Kevin Keith for now will spend the rest of his life in prison without parole. His legal appeals will continue, with lawyers claiming newly discovered evidence and discredited eyewitness testimony will ultimately exonerate him. Keith was convicted of the 1994 killings of three females, including a child, in an apartment in Bucyrus, 60 miles north of Columbus. He was scheduled to die by lethal injection September 15, and had exhausted most of his federal and state court appeals. Gov. Ted Strickland, a Democrat, issued his commutation this week after a number of civil liberties and innocence groups urged he step in to prevent a possibly innocent man from being executed by the state. "Clearly, the careful exercise of a governor's executive clemency authority is appropriate in a case like this one, given the real and unanswered questions surrounding the murders for which Mr. Keith was convicted," said Strickland in a statement. "Mr. Keith still has appellate legal proceedings pending which, in theory, could ultimately result in his conviction being overturned altogether. The governor added, however, that he believes "it is far more likely that Mr. Keith committed these murders than it is likely that he did not. "Mr. Keith remains incarcerated for a crime he did not commit, and that crime remains unsolved," said a statement from his five-person legal team. "The commutation to a life sentence does not lessen the need for justice to prevail." Prosecutors said the 46-year-old Keith had maliciously sprayed a home with gunfire, that left a four-year-old dead, along with her mother and aunt. Three others were wounded but survived, including a man who later testified against the main suspect. At trial, the state argued one of the victims was the brother of an undercover police informant who had implicated Keith as a drug dealer. But Keith's public defenders point to at least one other suspect, and say a detective in the case lied on the stand about how a survivor of the shooting identified Keith. His defense team also later presented alibi witnesses.

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Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta - About us

Kevin Keith
Kevin Keith Vice-President

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