Two Innocence TV Shows Air in U.S. Tonight….

CNN Presents will dedicate a one-hour episode to the problems with exoneree compensation at 8pm EST.  And recent exoneree Michael Morton will appear on 60 Minutes and discuss the prosecutorial misconduct that led to his wrongful conviction….

5 responses to “Two Innocence TV Shows Air in U.S. Tonight….

  1. One of unfairly uncompensated exonerees interviewed for the CNN show tonight was Danny Brown of Toledo, Ohio. You can read about his case at http://www.justicefordannybrown.com. Although DNA testing identified the man who committed the rape and murder that sent Danny to prison for 20 years was identified more than a decade ago, the proseuctor has prevented Danny from receiving compensation by claiming he is still a suspect.

    • arkansastruthseeker

      How can they take a mans life and not so much an apology, this is so wrong, just like what they did here in Arkansas with the WM3. I cant believe these states can get by this kind of thing. Is it not the same as fraud? And why are these states allowed to have that kind of behavior?

  2. I almost with I hadn’t watched the Michael Morton piece.
    I’ll refrain from further comment until I cool down.

    • Docile Jim Brady – Columbus OH 43209

      Phil Locke, 25 March 2012 @ 8:10 pm
      I almost with I hadn’t watched the Michael Morton piece. I’ll refrain from further comment until I cool down.

      I should not, but can not help think of rogue control as

  3. Pingback: U.S. News Programs Explore Systemic Wrongful Conviction Issues | Wrongful Convictions Blog

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