Ten Hours of Flight and All Her Savings for a Canceled 5-Second Kiss: Agnes’s Incredible Fight for Her Husband, Imprisonment of 36 Years “For Nothing”

Ten Hours of Flight and All Her Savings for a Canceled 5-Second Kiss: Agnes's Incredible Fight for Her Husband, Imprisonment of 36 Years


Agnes Abramsen doesn’t give up on absolving a Native American in the United States.

Before leaving, for the thirteenth time in the United States, Agnes Abramsen interrogated the American Peninsula Administration. This confirmed to them that in the US, kissing a prisoner is allowed as long as the kiss does not last more than five seconds. It’s not much, especially when you come from so far, but enough for the tireless Brussels lady that nothing can stop you.

A ten-hour flight to Seattle on the west coast, then another one, to Washington.

Walla Walla Jahan Patrick Hoffman, jailed since 1986 for thirty-six years, cries for his innocence for a crime he did not commit, but for which he was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Relentlessly, Agnes Abramsen has been building a file proving her innocence for eight years. The evidence used to convict Patrick Hoffman has been tampered with. Ballistics, weapons, calibers, according to him, nothing sticks. Everything is based on the sole testimony of police officers who intervened for unclear reasons in this Indian reservation on the Canadian border on the night of August 27-28, 1986. The Brussels woman is convinced that the fatal bullet that killed a police officer was fired not by Patrick Hoffman but by a colleague whose name she knows. He envisions a mistake that was concealed by condemning an innocent man. Patrick Hoffman. “Six Witnesses Say It From the Beginning”, repeats Ms. Abramsen. And one of the police officers who witnessed the shooting confirms this: “We all knew from the start that it wasn’t Patrick Hoffman. But I had to testify against Patrick or else I lost my job.”

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