Laurese Glover, Wrongly Convicted of Murder as Part of ‘East Cleveland3”:  Opening Restaurant on East 185th 

Laurese Glover, Wrongly Convicted of Murder as Part of ‘East Cleveland3”: Opening Restaurant on East 185th 

Laurese Glover wrongly convicted of Murder will be opening a restaurant. A few months ago we reported he was now a free man. After serving 15 years for a murder he didn’t commit. According to reports here’s his plan.


Not five miles from the scene of the murder that upended his life, Laurese Glover intends to chart a new path. Glover, along with Eugene Johnson and Derrick Wheatt, was part of the infamous “East Cleveland 3” group wrongly convicted in 1995 of murdering Clifton Hudson. Glover was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. With the help of the Ohio Innocence Project, all three men were exonerated in 2016.

Next up for Glover is a new restaurant, aptly named Truth Seafood (770 E.185th). The restaurant will have its grand opening on March 26. On the menu are seafood dishes like fried clam strips, shrimp cocktail, crab, shrimp and crawfish bags, catfish dinners and twin lobster tails with potatoes and asparagus. On the lighter side, there are salads, grilled chicken wraps and all-beef Polish Boys.


Orginal Story from Cleveland Scene website

Maybe we’ll get a invitation to the grand opening.

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