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Freedom delayed: Man exonerated for murder rap after 19 years, but still has ...
Sep 23, 2012, - 0 Comments

 

New York Daily NewsA Los Angeles man who spent 19 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit was supposed to be freed Friday. But he's still behind bars this weekend. The judge in John Edward Smith's case was too sick to make it to his Friday hearing, KNBC-TV reported. Read More Here

Kilpatrick corruption trial begins
Sep 22, 2012, - 0 Comments

Examiner.com

Examiner.com
The public corruption trial against former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick; his father Bernard Kilpatrick; his longtime friend Bobby Ferguson, and ex-city water directorVictor Mercado, got under way Friday wirh opening statements. The federal government ...
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Man to be released after witness recants on 1993 murder
Sep 21, 2012, - 0 Comments

Los Angeles Times

A man who has spent 19 years in prison for murder is expected to be ordered freed Friday afternoon after the sole eyewitness, a survivor of the drive-by shooting, recanted his testimony. John Edward Smith, who was an 18-year-old gang member when he ...
John Edward Smith, former Calif. gang member, likely to be cleared of murder ...CBS News
Gang Member to Be Exonerated of MurderABC News
 
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Crime Lab Scandal Rocks Massachusetts
Sep 20, 2012, - 0 Comments

San Francisco Chronicle

North Country Public Radio
Sep 20, 2012 (All Things Considered) — Details are still emerging about what officials call a "rogue chemist" who may have mishandled evidence in as many as 40,000 cases over 10 years. It could mean the unraveling of countless convictions. A convict ...
Crime lab mess leads to release of defendantWorcester Telegram
Quincy drug suspect released due to crime lab scandalBoston.com
Danielli appeals Mass. crime lab caseNECN
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Jeffrey MacDonald back in court in '70s 'Fatal Vision' murder case
Sep 17, 2012, - 0 Comments

CBS News

Los Angeles Times
WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Jeffrey MacDonald, a Green beret doctor convicted of the 1970 murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters, was back in federal court Monday for a hearing on new evidence his lawyer says will prove that MacDonald is ...
Man convicted in 'Fatal Vision' murder case to get chance at new trial over 40 ...Fox News
"Fatal Vision" murder convict Jeffrey MacDonald hopes DNA evidence will clear ...CBS News
1970s murder could be retriedCNN (blog)
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