He was 27 when he went in. Now he’s 72.
This sets a record for the longest wrongful imprisonment in the US.
Would that ALL exonerated people were able to re-insert themselves back into society this easily.
- Learn about what The Exoneree Band is up to these days
- The Ohio Innocence Project exonerees Rickey Jackson, Nancy Smith and Clarence Elkins on yesterday’s episode of The Doctors, talking about PTSD
- Article spotlighted how bad interrogation techniques lead to false confessions
- Innocence movement hero Jennifer Thompson speaks up about how new legislation in Alabama could hurt the innocent
- Son speaks out about mom’s wrongful conviction
- Podcast of recent exoneration in South Africa, with exoneree, lawyer, and journalist who broke the story.
- Zaruhi Mejlumyan, a journalist who is creating the Armenian Innocence Project, wins award for her advocacy work surrounding wrongful convictions
- Take the quiz…..How much do you know about America’s guilty plea problem?
- Profile of Innocence Project Northwest in Seattle
- Can a surgical procedure help minimize PTSD in exonerees?
- More on plea bargaining as a national problem
- Meet the innocent couple who found love after death row