Why would prosecutors ignore DNA evidence or try to destroy it? DNA links murder and rape of Holly Staker, 11, … Continue reading Exonerations grow – Integrity of prosecutors still a problem
“I didn’t commit the crime. My hope is that sooner rather than later, the truth will come out and I’ll … Continue reading Free Jamie Snow!
“Did you rape this woman?” “No, no. I don’t even know the woman,” Long said. “Never seen her?” “Till the … Continue reading 39 years in prison, for a crime he maintains he is innocent of
By ALAN BURDZIAK Kathleen Zellner, Ryan Ferguson’s attorney, on Monday filed a civil rights lawsuit in his name, alleging fabricated evidence … Continue reading Ryan Ferguson’s lawyer files civil rights suit seeking $100 million
Staggering number of falsely convicted. “873 exonerated defendants spent a combined total of more than 10,000 years in prison, an … Continue reading Shocking Number Of Wrongful Convictions In U.S. Courts Revealed
State the most generous in compensating exonerees; legislators ponder changes to safeguard against future false convictions. By Mike Ward American-Statesman Staff … Continue reading Tab for wrongful convictions in Texas: $65 million and counting
Watch the video at the link directly below: http://www.democracynow.org/2013/10/2/after_4_decades_in_solitary_dying A dying prisoner has been released in Louisiana after serving nearly … Continue reading After 4 Decades in Solitary, Dying Angola 3 Prisoner Herman Wallace Freed, Conviction Overturned