How WNBA star Maya Moore helped get inmate Jonathan Irons released from Missouri prison


Maya Moore shocked the WNBA world in the winter of 2019 when she announced she was taking some time away from the court to assist in overturning the conviction for Jonathan Irons, an inmate at Missouri's Jefferson City Correctional Center. Her efforts helped lead to his freedom. Moore was there as Irons left prison and the two shared an emotional moment. (CBS Sports)

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How WNBA star Maya Moore helped get inmate Jonathan Irons released from Missouri prison


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