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After 32 years in prison, innocent man suing for malicious prosecution

10.07.2013 01:21

An Illinois man who was freed last year after three decades in prison for a crime he did not commit is now suing authorities who he claims failed to act on DNA evidence proving his innocence.

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Tadeusz Kościuszko 08.10.2013 15:05

The Judge should sit five years in solitary confinement like he had to because of his willful ignorance.

Anonymous user 10.07.2013 12:13

Russia has never prisoned an innocent man they are just perfect in every way .. an absolute utopia..


David Garcia Antoñanzas 10.07.2013 12:11

That shows US of A needs to work on their Human Rights

Anonymous user 10.07.2013 08:53

Unreal. He will get money with lawsuit but never justice. He should sue prosecutors and judges!!

Anonymous user 10.07.2013 08:51

o, are sooooooo dramatic. It just another black man...

Anonymous user 10.07.2013 03:40

Judge Leonhard be THROWN IN PRISON for 10yrs minimum! Cops lie and force others to lie. NO Excuses

Anonymous user 10.07.2013 03:23

if 32 years of your life were unjustly taken away from you.
Ya you betcha you better get millions$$$


Barton 10.07.2013 03:22

If there was a racial component to the conviction I would like to see the minority community rise up and burn Chicago to the ground.


Barton 10.07.2013 03:19

Thee was a point in my life when I would give the "badge" the benefit of the doubt. In recent years my view has changed and feel that law enforcement at every level is filthier that some of the individuals they are trying to convict. I hope that Davis papers papers Illinois with law suits and collects on every one. I would like to see the prosecutor's law license revoked and the police officers that lied, put on the other side of the bars for a change.

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