Authorities Fail To Pursue Many DNA Exonerations

Print,1,4037877,p rint.story?coll=chi-news-hed When he pardoned Lesly Jean, an ex-Marine who served nine years for a rape he did not commit, North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley asked law-enforcement officials to reopen the case in hopes of finding the real rapist. Easley wanted the DNA profile of the victim’s attacker sent to databases to compare it with
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