CNN Premier of Michael Morton Documentary Rescheduled

News coverage following the passing of Nelson Mandela has prompted the rescheduling of “An Unreal Dream,” the true account of Michael Morton’s wrongful conviction of the murder of his wife, Christine; his 25 years of wrongful incarceration; and his exoneration. The documentary will premier instead this Sunday evening, Dec. 8, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on CNN TV. See details here.

As part of its focus on the Morton case, CNN reports on five cases identified as “high-profile exonerations” (here). In addition to the case of Michael Morton, the article highlights the exonerations of Brian Banks, Douglas Prade, Clarence Harrison, and James Bain.

2 responses to “CNN Premier of Michael Morton Documentary Rescheduled

  1. Michael Morton is an American man of dignity and integrity as much as the World celebrates Mandela…we have our hero here!

  2. I first heard about this case when I read the first of two articles about it in Texas Monthly so I was looking forward to the CNN documentary. Texas Monthly said it was the first time in its history, I believe, that they had to devote two issues to the story. How will the Michael Morton Act ensure that all evidence is going to be shown in future cases?

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