Study Suggests Prisons Hold ‘Thousands’ of Innocents

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A comprehensive study of 328 criminal cases over the last 15 years in which the convicted person was exonerated suggests that there are thousands of innocent people in prison today, according to the New York Times. Almost all the exonerations were in murder and rape cases, and that implies, according to the study, that many
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