Innocence Project
Innocence Project
yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
Verneal Jimerson was sent to death row in 1985 in connection with a 1978 Chicago murder. He was convicted and sentenced as one of the "Ford Heights Four" —a group of four young African American men who were exonerated eighteen years after they were convicted.
Verneal Jimerson was sent to death row in 1985 in connection with

Illinois man sentenced to death reaches 21 years of freedom since incarceration

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James T Frazier
Denise Cutter
Gary Cooper
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
yesterday at 13:53. Facebook
“This entire exhibit is about misleading visual evidence.”

-Andrea Grover, executive director of Guild Hall
“This entire exhibit is about misleading visual evidence”

The Innocents Photo Exhibit Opens in East Hampton

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Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/23/2017 at 21:10. Facebook
Farmer G Grimes
James T Frazier
Kevin Cooper has been on death row since 1985 but may be innocent.
Kevin Cooper has been on death row since 1985 but may be innocent

Nicholas Kristof Pleads with Governor Brown to Act in Death Penalty Case

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Ronnel Sherwood Orphan
Brian Joan Walters
James W. Turner
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/22/2017 at 22:46. Facebook
Help us welcome Innocence Project New Orleans client Mr. John Floyd home from Angola prison after 36 years.
Help us welcome Innocence Project New Orleans client Mr John Floyd home

New Orleans Man Released After 36 Years in Prison

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Tamara Foxen
Kathy Marland Bragg
Odzer Chenma
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/22/2017 at 22:12. Facebook
Linda Ayala
Erica Beth
Jonathan Maher
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/22/2017 at 15:38. Facebook
The victim, who is white, identified Villasana, who is Latino, from a photo lineup that contained pictures of five white men and one Latino - Armand Villasana.
The victim who is white identified Villasana who is Latino from a

17 years of freedom for Missouri man exonerated of rape

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Frank Quattrone
Keith Turner
Melissa Milligan
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/22/2017 at 00:05. Facebook
In 1983, James Curtis Giles was wrongfully convicted of a brutal rape in Dallas, Texas. It took 25 years for him to prove his innocence. He was exonerated exactly 10 years ago.
In 1983 James Curtis Giles was wrongfully convicted of a brutal rape

Happy 10th year of freedom to Texas exoneree

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Doris Noel
Linda Glasper
Penny Evans
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/21/2017 at 21:41. Facebook
“I couldn’t give up … too many people were fighting for me."

-LeDura Watkins free after 42 years in prison, represented by
WMU Cooley Innocence Project
“I couldn’t give up … too many people were fighting for me"

Michigan Man Released After Over 40 Years in Prison

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Innocence Project
Chris Fink
Rhonda Sims-Stephens
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/21/2017 at 15:22. Facebook
Texas passes new law establishing gold standard of wrongful conviction reform!
Texas passes new law establishing gold standard of wrongful conviction reform

Texas governor signs landmark comprehensive legislation to prevent wrongful convictions

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Kimber Lee Mastatoulo
Alexis Kiker
Jared Lee
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/20/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
Gohar Khan
Kimber Lee Mastatoulo
BC Foster
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/19/2017 at 20:55. Facebook
Antione Day was starting his career as a musician when he was convicted of first-degree murder in 1992 and sentenced to 60 years in prison. Hear his story on Wrongful Conviction podcast.
Antione Day was starting his career as a musician when he was

How a musician was wrongly convicted of first-degree murder

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Corrine Mposi
Ellen Reasonover
Lucy Montoya
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/19/2017 at 19:42. Facebook
Help support LeDura Watkin who was freed last week after 42 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.

(Cooley Innocence Project)
Help support LeDura Watkin who was freed last week after 42 years

Click here to support LeDura Watkins - Exoneree Fund organized by Teri Thorpe

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Gohar Khan
Rocky Black
Kelly Stettenbauer Wagner
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/19/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
“[Kevin Cooper] is on death row because the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department framed him.”

-Judge William A. Fletcher of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in California
Kevin Cooper is on death row because the San Bernardino Sheriffs Department

On Death Row, but Is He Innocent?

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Melissa Marshall Smight
Brian Joan Walters
Annette Swinford
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/19/2017 at 16:52. Facebook
Meet Robert Jones, and his beautiful family from New Orleans, was able to spend his first #FathersDay as an exonerated dad.

Innocence Project New Orleans
Meet Robert Jones and his beautiful family from New Orleans was able

Robert Jones on Father's Day: 'It's a joy to have a family who looks up to you'

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Brenda Midkiff
Caroll Latimore
Sarah Mulvany
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/18/2017 at 22:20. Facebook
"We’re going to go out to eat. We’re going to see a Phillies game. We’re going to Dave & Busters to play some games. It’s going to be amazing for us to just be together."

-Anthony Wright shares his #FathersDay plan with his only son
Were going to go out to eat Were going to see a

Anthony Wright Reflects on Fatherhood Post-Exoneration

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Debie M O'Brien
Doris Noel
Sherry English Rosenthal Dierkes
Innocence Project
Innocence Project
06/18/2017 at 14:54. Facebook
“[Being a dad] is the most precious thing one can become in their life.”

-Felipe Rodriguez

#FathersDay
“Being a dad is the most precious thing one can become in their life”

Felipe Rodriguez's First Father's Day Home in 28 Years: Being a dad is glorious

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Marquis Mignon
Shawn Dessesaure
Mar Lin
"On any given day over 400,000 people, convicted of no crime, are held in jail because they cannot afford to buy their freedom."

-JAY Z, via TIME, is bailing out dads on #FathersDay

Color Of Change [ Fal.cn Link ]
On any given day over 400000 people convicted of no crime are

Jay Z is bailing out dads for Father's Day

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Stacey DeShetler
Kewl Belongings
Dawn Champlin
“Make sure your kids know you love them.”

– Kevin Siehl, #FathersDay
“Make sure your kids know you love them”

Kevin Siehl on his first Father's Day Home in 26 years speaks out

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Brian Joan Walters
Roselyn Anderson
Debie M O'Brien
"I’ve tried to be the best dad that I could be, but because of the wrongful conviction, I’ve been in and out of their lives. It hasn’t been a straight line for me as a dad."

-Dion Harrell, #FathersDay
Ive tried to be the best dad that I could be but

Dion Harrell Talks about Fatherhood and His Wrongful Conviction

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Karyn Giblin
Ellen Reasonover
Chris Romo