Rashod had dreams of one day becoming a public figure who solved world issues. These dreams came to a screeching halt when — on February 21, 1987 — Rashod's father, Daniel, was arrested for the raping and kidnapping of two Caucasian women while on his way to work. After an intense interrogation, police alleged Daniel confessed to the crimes. Subsequently, Daniel received two life sentences.
These events forced Rashod to grow up a fatherless son. Coming up in Wilmington, Delaware, Rashod struggled with father figures in and out of his life, relationships with women, and staying out of trouble in a violent, drug-infested neighborhood.
28 years after Daniel's sentencing, Rashod entered the police academy at the same time Daniel was released. Through hard work and luck, Rashod's family obtained preserved evidence — 33 years later — that proved Daniel was wrongfully convicted.