Tunnel vision

The fact that someone considers only one part of a problem or situation, or holds a single opinion rather than having a more general understanding 

disapproving 

Cambridge Dictionary

If you say that someone has tunnel vision, you disapprove of them because they are concentrating completely on achieving a particular aim, and do not notice or consider all the different aspects of what they are doing.
[disapproval]

Collins Cobuild Dictionary

 An inability to see or understand all the aspects of a situation, an argument, etc. instead of just one part of it 

(disapproving)

Oxford Dictionary

2 William Michael Dillon – DNA Exoneree

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.
 
LadyBugInABottle
This story touched my heart, I’m so proud of you, William, for having the strength to endure those years and come out with dignity and strength. I live in Canada and was charged for crimes I had not committed (though nothing close to a charge of murder). I was able to defend myself in court and win. The charges were laid by an arrogant officer based on lies of a cheating man. I am grateful to be able to share my story here, and SO grateful to have heard yours. I’m proud of you. Stay strong!
 
Erma Smith
Almost 50 years old now. What a waste. They can never compensate him for what he lost. I’m amazed that a young man who worked two jobs would have been suspected of murder. God bless him. He doesn’t seem to be bitter at all.

3 “Black Robes and Lawyers” by Singer Songwriter – William Michael Dillon

7 okt. 2012

Music comes from tragedy in some forms! “Happily only some.” Black Robes and Lawyers was written in my prison cell in the 80’s on toilet paper during the most horrible time in my life. I would go on to serve “27 years ” as an Innocent Man finally cleared by DNA on Nov. 18, 2008, “Thank You to the keepers of Justice !!!!!! “
 

4 Innocence Project of Florida: Unlock the Truth

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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5 Wrongly-convicted William Dillon to sing National Anthem

19 jul. 2012

He spent 27 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. William Dillon is about to do something he never dreamed possible. He will sing the National Anthem at a Tampa Bay Rays game.
 

6 Chicago: The false confession capital

Gepubliceerd op 9 dec. 2012

 
It’s hard to believe people would confess to a heinous crime they didn’t commit, but they do — especially teenagers — and there is no place in the U.S. where this has occurred more than in Chicago. Byron Pitts reports.

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8:45 This prosecutor is outrageous. She has the nerve to contend that the serial rapist who’s dna is found inside the victim is not the rapist/murder, but four people who didn’t leave a spec of dna at the scene are. This shows you what folks are up against out here. Some of these cops and prosecutors are just morally bankrupt.

7 Jimmie Gardner, Wrongly Convicted Of Rape Explains His Long Fight For Freedom While Serving 27 Years

Gepubliceerd op 11 mei 2017

 
In Part 2 of #NewsOne Now’s feature on wrongful convictions, Jimmie Gardner, the man who spent 27 years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit explains the long, tedious process of finally being free from prison. _ Hit the thumbs up button if you want to see more content like this.
 

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8 Miscarriages/Travesty of justice ~ Michael Crowe Case – Coerced Confession – Part 1 of (3)

Gepubliceerd op 23 aug. 2010
A beautiful young girl called Stephanie Crow was tragically lost to a sensless murder. The police unsure about who to suspect, and how the murderer gained entry into the victims house then decided to focus on the family.

However this is not just a miscarriage of justice it is a travesty of justice by the sheer incompetence, and shocking cold indifference of the police.

Michael Crowe was only a child when the police decided to railroad him for the murder of his sister. This case went so far off the tracks that Michaels friends were dragged into the police station and charged with murder.

Meanwhile the real killers clothes covered in Stephanies blood along with eye witness accounts in the locality of the murder that shows a disturbing modus operandie that involved stalking young girls, all evidence that should have been focused on lay neglected, and forgotton as police were determined to build a strong case against Michael Crowe. This story reveal’s how the Police can be shockingly incompetent, and yet are free to prosecute in any way they please.

Steven Cook
using a voice stress detector to determine if a person is lying? how do you know that’s not emotional stress causing false readings? just imagine your loved one being killed, and being questioned about your loved one’s death. I assume that you are at least feeling a little bit stressed already, which would give a false reading on that lie detector, which would make you look guilty. How many false readings could you get on a traditional polygraph test? because that’s what’s going on during a polygraph test also.
 
 

 

Glasgow
it should be illegal to question anyone without a lawyer

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9 Miscarriages/Travesty of justice ~ Michael Crowe Case ~ Coerced Confession – Part 2 of (3)

Gepubliceerd op 23 aug. 2010

 
Miscarriages/Travesty of justice Michael Crowe Case Coerced Confession
 

10 Miscarriages /Travesty of Justice ~ Michael Crow Part 3 of 3( END)

Gepubliceerd op 23 aug. 2010

 
Michael Crowe part of confessions Justice part 3 of 3
 

11 Miscarriage of Justice: 15 Years in Prison for a Crime He Didn’t Do

Gepubliceerd op 16 feb. 2016

 
“It was like I was falling in a black hole,” Marvin Anderson said of the moment he was wrongfully convicted of a crime he never committed. Despite the evidence, the young black man had been sentenced to 210 years in prison.
 

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12 Watch a former prosecutor apologize for sending an innocent man to death row

Gepubliceerd op 4 feb. 2016

 
In 1984, Louisiana prosecutor Marty Stroud tried 34-year-old Glenn Ford for the armed robbery and murder of Isadore Rozeman, an elderly jeweler for whom Ford did yard work. Ford, a father of two with another child on the way, was convicted by an all-white jury and sentenced to death. He spent 30 years in solitary confinement on death row in the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola before evidence came to light in 2013 proving his innocence.
 

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13 More convicts exonerated from Texas prisons

Gepubliceerd op 30 apr. 2012

 
More and more men are being exonerated of wrongful convictions in Texas due to DNA evidence. Mark Strassmann reports on why this is happening and how the exonerated men are getting together.
 

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14 DNA Clears Man after 35 Years

CBS

 

Gepubliceerd op 17 dec. 2009

 
After spending over three decades in prison, 54-year-old James Bain was set free after DNA evidence proved that he could not have raped a boy in 1974. Jim Axelrod reports.
 

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15 Instant Accomplice – Sexy Groping Interview Prank

26 mei 2011

Couples and friends are asked to participate in an interview – we let one person in on the gag though, and we give them an earpiece telling them what to do. The couple or friend that has no idea what is going on is very surprised when their buddy or lover starts acting out of character by fondling and groping the interviewer! This sexy prank has a happy ending of course – no, you’re girlfriend/boyfriend is a sleazy pervert after all.
 
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