Wednesday’s Quick Clicks…

  • How the Irish Innocence Project got justice for Harry Gleeson; here’s a video about their work
  • Exoneree Jeffrey Deskovic will share his story at the Sundance Film Festival
  • Bill filed in Alaska that would provide compensation for exonerees
  • Friendship Nine’ To Be Exonerated 54 Years After Bold Stand Against Segregated Lunch Counter in Rock Hill, SC
  • Brooklyn DA investigating allegations of NYPD officers planting guns on innocent people
  • Victims of two of Britain’s most worrying miscarriages of justice of modern times are to take the Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, to court over changes to the law stopping them from receiving compensation for the 24 years they wrongly spent behind bars. Victor Nealon, who spent 17 years in prison for attempted rape before his conviction was quashed, has begun legal action after being left penniless, suffering from post-traumatic stress and unable to work as a result of his wrongful imprisonment. He has been joined by one of Britain’s youngest miscarriage of justice victims, Sam Hallam, who, aged 17, was convicted of murder after a trainee chef was stabbed during a fight in London.  Keep reading….
  • Annual report of the Wits Justice Project in South Africa
  • Chicago police videotaping photo lineups and live lineups under new law

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