The wrong man was sent to prison back in 1979 for brutal rape and murder. His DNA finally proved he was the wrong man. The article goes on to say that the detective's testimony were the primary reason for his conviction. What if it were you that spent 22 years in prison knowing that you were innocent?
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by PR Morgan 6 years ago
What is the bigger injustice, that a guilty man goes free or an innocent man be jailed?
by m920621m 7 years ago
Why to sentence a person for 515 years in prison?Recently I was listening to news on a radio and I heard that some guy was sentenced for 515 years in prison. Also several years ago Bernard Madoff was sentenced for 150 years in prison. To me those two cases seem to be very weird and illogical, since...
by theirishobserver. 7 years ago
Washington, D.C. July 01, 2011 FBI National Press Office (202) 324-3691 — filed under: Breaking News, Press Release 1.New York: Three Men Each Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison for Plotting to Bomb Bronx Synagogues and Shoot Down U.S. Military PlanesThree men were each sentenced to 25 years...
by lrohner 9 years ago
His lawyer was trying to get him off with 12 years in jail. The judge certainly did the right thing in this case. I just feel terrible for his wife....
by H C Palting 5 years ago
Is 2 months a fair sentence after their lie sent an innocent person to prison for four years?Elizabeth Coast's lie put a man behind prison bars for 4 years of his young life for a rape that she admits never occurred. No one believed he was innocent until the liar finally revealed to a third party...
by michael1mars 8 years ago
I'd say yes only on terrorists,pedophiles and serial killers. The rest jail is enough to teach them a lesson.
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