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11 months ago
214 articles submitted
July 03, 2012
This is why I am not overly confrontational with folks who come to our house that have had trouble with the law and ask questions. Now a disrespectful person is another thing! North Carolina, now compensate this man for his loss and wrongful conviction!
Compen$ate him. Plenty of blame to go around. Bless the jurors who now have to live with prosecutorial misconduct for the rest of their lives knowing they convicted an innocent man.
There is no way to get those 17 years back, but they could compensate for his time behind bars.
We have the best justice system in the world ,but of course,nothing is perfect.What a tragedy when something like this occurs.Looks like pleanty of blame to go around.How do you give a man back seventeen lost years?
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