Did San Francisco Frame Two Innocent Men?

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http://www.sfbg.com/37/49/cover_tennison.html John J. Tennison spent a decade in prison for a murder he claimed he didn't commit, the San Francisco Bay Guardian reports. "Living in a six-by-eight-foot cell in a maximum security lockup, surrounded by a sea of lifers, Tennison kept his head down, trying to keep from being shanked or beaten or raped. During the day he worked an 18¢-an-hour job in the prison print shop. At night he called his mom and brother . . .

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