A really thin case

1. A Rape That Wasn’t: The Wrongful Conviction of Jarrett Adams

Gepubliceerd op 9 jan. 2010

 
When Jarrett Adams was 17 years old, he was falsely accused and ultimately wrongfully convicted of a sexual assault he did not commit. He spent eight years in prison before he was exonerated by the Wisconsin Innocence Project. Music By Nathan Urdangen Video By John Maki
 

2. Wrongly Convicted Man Clerks At Court That Gave Him His Freedom | MSNBC

Gepubliceerd op 12 okt. 2015

 
Jarret Adams is a recent graduate with an usual path to becoming a lawyer – his first experience with the law was as a defendant. Now he’s won a fellowship to clerk on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, the very court that overturned his conviction. MSNBC’s legal chief correspondent Ari Melber reports.
 

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3 Jarrett Adams Is Helping Others Wrongfully Convicted After Exoneration | NBC Nightly News

 

Gepubliceerd op 3 aug. 2017

 
Lester Holt interviews Jarrett Adams, who was wrongfully convicted of sexual assault when he was just 17 and — as an attorney — is now helping others who are in similar positions as he used to be.
 

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4 Tucker: Not every accuser tells the truth – I should know

Gepubliceerd op 27 nov. 2017

 
Tucker’s Thoughts: Remember the following about sex harassment allegations and witch hunts – Anonymous accusations always lead to abuses; not everyone accused of a sex offense is guilty. I know from personal experience. #Tucker
 

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5 Wrongly Convicted: ‘Bitterness never leaves you’ – BBC News

Gepubliceerd op 16 mrt. 2014

 
Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews Raphael Rowe, who was wrongly convicted for 12 years, explains how miscarriage of justice affected him and how he coped. He’s now an investigative journalist for BBC Panorama.

 

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6 Retrial by TV: The Rise and Fall of Rough Justice 4/4

Gepubliceerd op 7 apr. 2011
It is almost exactly 30 years since the BBC’s Rough Justice team began investigating miscarriages of justice. The programme can claim to have achieved the overturning of the convictions of 18 people in 13 separate cases, continuing sporadically for over 25 years until it was finally axed in November 2007.

Timeshift looks at the creation of this extraordinary series and reveals what a shock to the system it was. Featuring contributions from many of those involved, it asks how it was that a television programme took it upon itself to question one of the oldest judicial systems in the world.

This documentary is also an opportunity to look at how much television and journalism have changed since Rough Justice was first commissioned. The programme’s makers were hired with an open-ended brief that would be almost impossible to repeat today. It may only be thirty years ago, but this is a glimpse into a bygone era.

 

MrFredSed
2 jaar geleden
I remember a really striking (and worrying) miscarriage of justice of a Manchester man being convicted of burgulary who served his sentence and, iirc, fought to clear his name once he’d been released. I may have forgotten or mistaken some details so please allow for that.

IIRC, it all started off with something simple such as a road traffic offence where this man was arrested and his finger-prints were taken. While being processed in the police station he was questioned over a house burgulary, the evidence being the police had found his finger-prints on a vase in the burgled home. He couldn’t explain how his prints ended up in a womans home other that it was a mistake or that somehow another mans prints where the same as his.

The police didn’t buy that and this working, family man was charged and found guilty and sent down for 5? yrs. He served his time quietly and was released with max remission and once free fought to clear his name.

The accused occupation was as a market trader & later a store-owner. He sold house-hold nick-nacks, ornaments and anything else he could pick up from the wholesalers and turn a profit on. The lady swore on the bible that she never bought the vase of him, nor visited his stall or store … she also affirmed that she cleaned and dusted often and would certainly have wiped clean her possesions during her housework… for his part he points out how he would normally pick up and handle any potential purchases he had an idea to buy while making his mind up. And if it didn’t suit him he’d put it back on the shelf.

The lesson being there’s nothing to stop YOUR prints and DNA remaining on a shop product you’ve handled and put back on the shelf.

True story.

 

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7 Ohio Innocence Project – University of Cincinnati College of Law – 10th Anniversary

Gepubliceerd op 27 okt. 2014

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The Rosenthal Institute for Justice was established at the UC College of Law thanks to the generosity of Lois and Richard Rosenthal. The primary component of the Rosenthal Institute for Justice is the Ohio Innocence Project, which was founded in 2003. Harnessing the energy and intellect of law students as its driving force, the OIP seeks to identify inmates in Ohio prisons who are actually innocent of the crimes they were convicted of committing. Learn more: http://www.law.uc.edu/oip
 

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8 When Jail is No Alibi

Gepubliceerd op 21 apr. 2014

 
This video is about Daniel Taylor, who was wrongfully convicted of a double homicide in 1992 despite Chicago police records that showed he had in been in their custody when the crime occurred. He spent more than 20 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
 
 
So… Prosecutorial misconduct, malicious prosecution, witholding of evidence, false imprisonment, perjury anything else there? good thing law enforcement are not accountable to the law they are supposed to uphold.
 
 

 

JIM Short
This is the kind of information when discovered and proven to be a malicious act. The prosecuting attorney and Officers should be in jail. I hope this man SUED THE PISS out of all involved.
 
 

 

demekonrn
And there are white people who will still say he’s guilty solely because he’s black smh.
 
 

 

Kexist
Glad we have this organization. Cause it shows how much our US justice system fails at times…or alot.

 

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9 Inside Story Americas – How many innocent people has the US executed?

Al Jazeera English

Gepubliceerd op 18 mei 2012

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More than 20 years after Texas executed Carlos DeLuna, a study reveals he was innocent. Support for capital punishment in the US has been on the decline over the last two decades. We take a closer look at the DeLuna case and what it says about capital punishment in the country, and the flaws in its implementation. Guests: Shawn Crowley, Bruce Fein, Richard Dieter.

At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people’s lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a ‘voice to the voiceless.’
Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained.
Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on.
We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world’s most respected news and current affairs channels.

 

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10 Man wrongfully convicted of murder sues Detroit and former detective

Gepubliceerd op 17 mei 2018

 
Dontia Patterson, a Philadelphia man sentenced to life in prison in 2009 for killing his friend, was exonerated and released Wednesday following an extraordinary court motion from Philadelphia’s district attorney. CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller spoke with Patterson who always insisted on his innocence.
 

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11 Is There Ongoing Racism in Texas’s Penal System?

Gepubliceerd op 25 jul. 2007
Dead Man Walking (1996):
The struggles of a young black man in Texas convicted of murder

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A Texas- USA prison prepares for the execution of another young black man. Four leather belts will strap him to a white bed as he waits for the lethal injection. Visitors can stand in an adjacent room and watch through a barred window. Glenn McGinniss is on death row and feels like a dead man walking. He describes how at seventeen he stole money for his mother who was in prison with a crack habit. When a young woman started screaming he panicked and shot her. An all white jury condemned him to death by execution. His grandmother shows us photos of him a chubby child laughing at the camera. Prisons crowded with young black men is a national phenomena. Blacks make up 41% of the prison population but only 12% of the American population. White parents of the victims recommend watching the executions. One father says, “they have to be removed from society like a rabid dog.” Judicial prejudice appears to still run deep.

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MrAwooooooo
5 jaar geleden
This is about class not race. Poor people are more likely to get the death sentence

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1777RAIN
4 jaar geleden
I believe in the death penalty but it pisses me off that this young man put to death for a crime he committed when he was 17 but the young white man sentence was commuted to life because of the fact he was 17 when he committed murder smdj

 

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12 Innocence Project of Florida: Unlock the Truth

 

Gepubliceerd op 19 mrt. 2010

 
Learn about the Innocence Project of Florida (IPF) by hearing from two of its clients, Jamie Bain and William Dillon, and their families. Help IPF unlock the truth by visiting www.FloridaInnocence.org. Enjoy!
 

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13 William Michael Dillon – DNA Exoneree

Gepubliceerd op 14 nov. 2011

 
William Michael Dillon was released in November 2008 after spending more than 27.5 years in prison for a murder that DNA testing proved he did not commit.Meet William and his family. Learn more about his story.
 

14 Wrongly convicted for 24 years. Big payday? Not in Wisconsin.

Gepubliceerd op 5 okt. 2016

 
Daryl Dwayne Holloway had his 120-year sentence for rape and armed burglary vacated after serving half his life in prison. New DNA results set him free. Now that he’s out, the most compensation Wisconsin could give him adds up to about $1,000/year. The state’s innocence project thinks it’s a second injustice.
 

15 Miscarriages of Justice ~ (2)Central Park 5 Case ~ Bad Confession (youth) Part 1 of (3)

Gepubliceerd op 21 aug. 2010

 
Central Park 5 case concerns 5 youths that were running wild around central park assaulting persons.They were arrested and soon after a woman Trisha Miley was found raped and badly beaten and unconcious. They were interrogated and 4 out of 5 of them confessed to raping the woman.
Subsequently a serial rapist and murderer Matiais Reyes operating in that area was caught and he admitted to raping that woman. It appeared the teenagers were innnocent. Post DNA…Why did they confess to a crime they didn’t commit. Disturbing and uncannily accurate confessions; and who is to blame?
Did the police hold and interrogate them long enough to deceive and trick them into confessing.
Were they merely parrots to police interrogators?

Information about miscarriages of justice:

A miscarriage of justice primarily is the conviction and punishment of a person for a crime they did not commit. The term travesty of justice is sometimes used for a gross, deliberate miscarriage of justice. Miscarriage of justice” is sometimes synonymous with wrongful conviction, referring to a conviction reached in an unfair or disputed trial.

Causes of miscarriages of justice include:

Plea bargains that offer incentives for the innocent to plead guilty
Confirmation bias on the part of investigators
Withholding or destruction of evidence by police or prosecution
fabrication of evidence or outright perjury by police (see testilying), or prosecution witnesses (e.g. Dr Charles Smith)
Biased editing of evidence
Prejudice towards the class of people to which the defendant belongs
Poor identification by witnesses and/or victims
Overestimation/underestimation of the evidential value of expert testimony
Contaminated evidence
Faulty forensic tests
false confessions due to police pressure or psychological weakness
Misdirection of a jury by a judge during trial
perjured evidence by the real guilty party or their accomplices (frameup)
Perjured evidence by supposed victim or their accomplices
Conspiracy between court of appeal judges and prosecutors to uphold conviction of innocent

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16 Miscarriages of Justice ~ (2)Central Park 5 Case ~ Bad Confession (youth) Part 2 of (3)

Gepubliceerd op 21 aug. 2010

Central Park 5 case concerns 5 youths from New York. The youths were running wild around central park assaulting persons. They were arrested, and soon after their arrest a woman (Trisha Miley) was found on a path in Central Park, she was unconscious, badly beaten, and suffered a sexual assault. The youths were interrogated, and 4 out of 5 of the youths confessed to raping the woman. Subsequently what transpired was a confession from a serial rapist, and murderer Matiais Reyes who was operating in the area and who after being caught admitted to raping that woman in central park. It appeared the teenagers were innocent Post DNA… Why did they confess to a crime they didn’t commit? Disturbing and uncannily accurate confessions; and who is to blame? Did the police hold and interrogate them long enough to deceive and trick them into confessing. Were they merely parrots to police interrogators?
 
Seth Rudnick
It took what..11 years for this case to be properly solved? That’s a complete travesty!! There was a known serial rapist in the area at the same time and no one in all those years thought to try to match at least his DNA to the crime? Let alone any other possible suspects? None of these 5 matched. It took the rapist’s confession, with no pressure to do so, to get these guys convictions overturned. Sickening! Complete miscarriage of justice. Glad they at least received a hefty settlement, but that’s never going to make up for the loss of their youth and years of incarceration.
 

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17 Miscarriages of justice ~ (3)Central Park 5 Case ~ Bad Confession (youth) Part 3 of (3)

Gepubliceerd op 21 aug. 2010

 
Central Park 5 case concerns 5 youths that were running wild around central park assaulting persons.They were arrested and soon after a woman Trisha Miley was found raped and badly beaten and unconcious. They were interrogated and 4 out of 5 of them confessed to raping the woman. Subsequently a serial rapist and murderer Matiais Reyes operating in that area was caught and he admitted to raping that woman. It appeared the teenagers were innnocent. Post DNA…Why did they confess to a crime they didn’t commit. Disturbing and uncannily accurate confessions; and who is to blame? Did the police hold and interrogate them long enough to deceive and trick them into confessing. Were they merely parrots to police interrogators?

18 The Central Park 5 talk about their struggle for redemption!

Gepubliceerd op 6 feb. 2013

 
A really interesting chat with the Central Park 5! The documentary is available on most cable systems now!
 

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19 Central Park 5 on Real Rapist Confessing After They Served 7 Years in Prison

djvlad

Gepubliceerd op 8 jun. 2017

Raymond Santana and Yusef Salaam, two members of the Central Park Five, who were wrongfully convicted of raping a jogger in the late 1980s, spoke with VladTV about their time in prison and later being found innocent.

Both Raymond and Yusef revealed they spent close to seven years in jail before Matias Reyes came forward and admitted to raping the woman. Reyes also confessed to several other heinous crimes, and his DNA was a match in the Central Park Five case.

Hit the above clip to hear more of what Raymond and Yusef had to say, including winning a case against New York for wrongful conviction and what it felt like to be found innocent.

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20 The Story Of Oliver Campbell

Gepubliceerd op 28 mei 2016

OLIVER CAMPBELL was convicted of the murder of a shopkeeper in 1990. He then served over 10 years in prison.

The evidence against him was only a confession which he made to police officers, but it must be borne in mind that due to an injury which he suffered when he was four, he has severe learning difficulties.

The BBC’s Rough Justice did an in-depth programme on his case which revealed clearly that the conviction was unsafe.

During the course of the programme, another individual came forward to say that he was involved in the murder but that Oliver Campbell was not.

“Unfortunately, despite the overwhelming quantity of evidence establishing doubt about Oliver Campbell’s conviction, the CCRC to date have declined to refer his case back to the Court of Appeal,”

PLEASE SUPPORT OUR PETITION TO CLEAR HIS NAME

https://petition.parliament.uk/petiti…

OLIVER CAMPBELL is a community activist and socialist who was framed and imprisoned for a murder he did not commit.

Kirsty Wark, presenting a BBC Rough Justice programme on Oliver’s case, handed a letter to the then Home Secretary David Blunkett stating that Oliver “should not have to wait a moment longer for justice”. Over a decade later Oliver is out of prison on parole still campaigning to clear his name.

In July 1990, during a robbery in Hackney, London, a shopkeeper called Hardip Hoondle was shot and killed. The two men who carried out the robbery were described by witnesses as black and around five feet ten inches tall. Oliver is a gentle giant of six foot three inches.

He was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment despite his co-accused, who admitted the robbery, giving a written account confirming that Oliver was not involved in the robbery and naming the person who shot Hardip Hoondle. The jury was never told this.

How Oliver was framed

Oliver was arrested simply because he’d owned a baseball cap similar to the one worn by the murderer. The police put enormous pressure on him to make a ‘confession’ for the shooting. Eventually Oliver agreed, but crucially his solicitor was not present at the time, despite Oliver’s learning difficulties and specific instructions to
the police to call his solicitor if they were going to interview Oliver again that day.

● A psychologist concluded that Oliver was susceptible to police pressure because of his learning difficulties. Oliver later retracted the confession. But the trial judge allowed it to go to the jury without a caution due to Oliver’s mental disability.

● The police insisted that they would find incriminating forensic evidence, including his fingerprints on a drink can found at the crime scene and his hair in the baseball cap. THEY FOUND NEITHER.

● In his ‘confession’ Oliver said he’d dropped the baseball hat in the shop. THIS DID NOT HAPPEN.

● Oliver talked of a string holster for the gun. THIS WAS LATER DISMISSED AS IMPRACTICAL BY EXPERTS

● OLIVER COULD NOT DESCRIBE THE GUN OR WHAT HAPPENED TO IT LATER.

● NO WITNESSES IDENTIFIED OLIVER AT THE ID PARADE, BUT THREE MONTHS LATER ONE OF THEM CHANGED HIS MIND!

Despite the overwhelming evidence of Oliver’s innocence, the Criminal Cases Review Commission, which was set up to investigate possible miscarriages of justice, has refused to refer Oliver’s case to the Court of Appeal.

Until his name is cleared Oliver will always be a target for future frame-ups by the police because of his criminal record. In February 2003 there was an attempted armed robbery near the bail hostel in Ipswich where Oliver was living. Despite witness descriptions of a man five inches shorter than Oliver, the police saw Oliver’s criminal record and colour of his skin and tried to pin the crime on him.

Why have Hackney police refused to reinvestigate the murder of Hardip Hoondle?

How many more times must Oliver be the victim of police laziness, racism or corruption?

● WE CALL ON HOME SECRETARY TO EXAMINE THIS
CASE AND CLEAR OLIVER’S NAME. OLIVER CAMPBELL is innocent!

Support the campaign to clear his name, What you can do:

●Get people to sign a petition/send a postcard to The Home Secretary.
https://petition.parliament.uk/petiti…

●Organise a meeting to show a DVD about Oliver’s case.

●Share this everywhere to support the campaign.

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21 Wrongly convicted Brooklyn man speaks after 24 years in prison

 

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22 Rape victim now friends with man she wrongly convicted

 
A rape victim testified in court for more than two days. When asked to identify the attacker, she pointed at a man and said, “I’ll never forget that face for as long as I live. Ever.” That face, that man, was not the rapist. Read the story at http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/…

 

 

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23 Man exonerated for rape that never happened

CBS

 

Gepubliceerd op 25 mei 2012

 
Brian Banks was a star high school football player who was wrongly convicted of raping a young woman. Years later, she confessed that the crime never occurred, and he’s been exonerated. Lee Cowan reports.
 

24 Man on death for 15 years exonerated due to DNA

Gepubliceerd op 28 sep. 2012

 
A man convicted of murdering and raping his 14-year-old step cousin was ordered to be released by a Jefferson Parish court.

 

 

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25 Damon Thibodeaux – False Confession

Gepubliceerd op 26 apr. 2013

 
Damon Thibodeaux spent 15 years on death row for a crime he did not commit. He was questioned in 1996 after the disappearance of his cousin, and after 36 hours with no sleep and a 9-hour interrogation, Damon falsely confessed to the crime. After 15 years on Louisiana’s death row, Damon was proved innocent by DNA evidence.

 

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26 Joe D’Ambrosio – Life After Death Row

 

Gepubliceerd op 19 apr. 2013

 
Joe D’Ambrosio spent 22 years on Ohio’s death row protesting his innocence before a judge ruled that he had been wrongfully convicted and the charges against him were dropped. Joe describes what life is like as a free man after losing decades to prison.
 

27 Pt. 1: Man Wrongfully Convicted in Friend’s Death – Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen

Gepubliceerd op 28 mrt. 2018

 
Desmond Ricks was an excited new dad when he was accused of murder. A trip to the burger joint with a friend ended in that friend’s murder, and the blame was placed on Ricks. Nerissa Knight has the story of Ricks’ determination to prove his innocence.
 

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28 Pt. 2: Man Wrongfully Convicted in Friend’s Death – Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen

Gepubliceerd op 28 mrt. 2018

 
Desmond Ricks was an excited new dad when he was accused of murder. A trip to the burger joint with a friend ended in that friend’s murder, and the blame was placed on Ricks. Nerissa
Knight has the story of Ricks’ determination to prove his innocence.
 

29 Pt. 3: Man Wrongfully Convicted in Friend’s Death – Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen

Gepubliceerd op 28 mrt. 2018

 
Desmond Ricks was an excited new dad when he was accused of murder. A trip to the burger joint with a friend ended in that friend’s murder, and the blame was placed on Ricks. Nerissa Knight has the story of Ricks’ determination to prove his innocence.
 

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30 Man wrongfully imprisoned for 17 years breaks silence

Gepubliceerd op 26 jun. 2015

 
Imagine being framed for a crime and locked up for more than 17 years of your life; one Grand Rapids man lived it. (June 26, 2015)

 

 

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31 Wrongfully Convicted: Flawed Autopsies Send Two Innocent Men To Jail

NPR

 

Gepubliceerd op 2 feb. 2011

 
Two Mississippi men spent a combined 30 years in prison for crimes they didn’t commit. They were separately charged with sexually assaulting and murdering two 3-year-old girls — in two separate crimes — two years apart. The pathologist who conducted both autopsies said he suspected the girls had been bitten. They were innocent.
 

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32 Price of Life – Wrongful Imprisonment Part 1

CNN

 

Gepubliceerd op 27 mrt. 2012

 
Nearly half of states in the U.S. do not compensate people wrongfully sent to prison. CNN’s Kaj Larsen reports.
 

33 When Prosecutors Withhold Information, Innocent People Go To Prison – or Worse.

Gepubliceerd op 28 jun. 2016

When it comes to deciding what evidence a jury should hear when deciding innocence or guilt, the American criminal justice system entrusts prosecutors with extraordinary power.

 

PART I OF THIS SERIES:

The Private Eye Trying to Prove an Innocent Man Was Sentenced to Death
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMXFk…

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Kenneth Clair has spent more than three decades in prison for the rape and murder of a young woman in Orange County, California. But he’s been seeking a retrial since ever since private eye CJ Ford uncovered the fact that the county DA had tested DNA evidence found on the scene and that it didn’t match Clair.

But the DNA testing isn’t the only piece of information the county withheld in this case. Prosecutors failed to disclose that the county had offered deals or incentives to multiple witnesses who testified against Clair.

In the case of Kenneth Clair, who lost when facing a prosecutor who purposely withheld information in multiple cases over the years, Sanders believes there are lingering questions that only fresh examination of the evidence can address.

“What else wasn’t turned over?” asks Sanders. “In a case like Clair, the right outcome, at the very minimum, is to give him a new trial.”

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned Kenneth Clair’s death sentence earlier this year for murky reasons unrelated to evidence disclosure. He continues to serve a life sentence and is seeking a new trial.

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Produced by Zach Weissmueller. Music by Kai Engel. Approximately 10 minutes.

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34 Wrongly Accused Man Freed After 18 Years

Gepubliceerd op 21 aug. 2008

DNA and some University of Cincinnati students were behind his release.

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35 “12 Years Taken From Me”: Help End Wrongful Convictions

Gepubliceerd op 14 aug. 2007
 
When the innocent go to prison, the guilty go free. Hear Herman Atkins, a man exonerated by DNA evidence after serving 12 years in prison, tell his story of injustice and hope. Join him in the cause for freedom by taking action and urging the California legislature to help end wrongful convictions. www.aclunc.org/justice
 

36 Wrongfully convicted man released

Gepubliceerd op 20 jun. 2014

 
A man who was wrongfully convicted of rape has been released after serving 7 years in jail.

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37 Wrongfully convicted Tenn. man fights for compensation after 31 years in prison

12 dec. 2016

 
 
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Lawrence McKinney was convicted of rape in 1978 and spent over 31 years in prison until DNA evidence proved he was innocent in 2009. Under Tennessee law, McKinney may be owed up to $1 million for the wrongful imprisonment. But the state’s parole board has refused to exonerate him, despite the evidence, reports Omar Villafranca.
 
 
 

38 Attorney: ‘The worst miscarriage of justice ever witnessed’

Gepubliceerd op 19 aug. 2010

 
Darrell Houston is now a free man. Prosecutors asked for the dismisal of charges because they felt they could not proceed with the case.

 

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39 Michelle Malkin Investigates: Railroaded- Surviving Wrongful Conviction

Gepubliceerd op 13 mei 2018

 
On April 29th, the documentary, “Michelle Malkin Investigates: Railroaded-Surviving Wrongful Conviction” aired in Cinema Village. Jeff makes an appearance in the documentary, as do exonerees Brian Franklin and Ray Spencer in the course of Malkin examining the Danielle Holtzclaw conviction. The film won the “Film Heals Award”, which is given to filmmakers that use the power of film to promote peace, justice, equality, and humanity. A talk back session was held afterwards in which Jenny Holtzclaw (Danielle’s sister), DNA expert Eric Fuchs, exoneration attorneys Craig Cooley and Oscar Michelin, and Jeff participated in, is also attached.

 

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40 Daniel Holtzclaw’s Fake Victims

Gepubliceerd op 5 jul. 2018

 
Daniel Holtzclaw’s Fake Victims
 
 

41 Sexy Girl Lost Phone Number Prank

6 apr. 2011

 

The opportunity of a lifetime arises when an unbelievably hot girl says hi to the boys and writes her phone number in their windshield. That opportunity is ruined when a squeegee comes out of nowhere and RUINS everything. He wipes away the number before they get a chance to write it down… guess he’ll have to wipe away their tears too, I suppose

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