Happy exoneration anniversary Ronald Cotton and Lawrence McKinney! Ronald was exonerated in North Carolina in 1995 with help from the Innocence Project. Following his exoneration, he became friends with Jennifer Thompson-Cannino, the victim who mistakenly identified him. They now travel […]
Despite prosecutors’ objections, a judge has allowed a wrongfully convicted man to travel to Tao Alta, Puerto Rico to preach at his hometown church. Victor Rosario was convicted for a 1982 arson fire that killed eight people, five of which […]
In an unusual and interesting turn of events, during a recent hearing, a wrongfully convicted man has actually asked a judge not to throw out the case against him. Richard Rosario was convicted for the 1996 murder of a teen […]
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