This story is why I remain opposed to the death penalty in practice. You can’t trust anyone in our “justice system.” Even with a confession.

The guy spent 35 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit before his conviction was overturned. The cop who got his conviction was using questionable tactics to secure confessions for years.

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nunya · October 16, 2022 at 8:07 am

a compelling argument sir

Elrod · October 16, 2022 at 9:18 am

Absolutely correct.

Errors will happen; malfeasance, corruption and incompetence do, and will continue to occur. Any sentence, including “Life Without Parole” erroneously applied, is extremely unfortunate, but some avenues for correction, however partial, inadequate and incomplete they may be, exist.

The same is not true with the death penalty.

Big Ruckus D · October 16, 2022 at 12:01 pm

A piece of shit dirty cop, and government stooges (prosecutors, and a willingly complicit black robed bastard) who deny science and facts to get the outcome they want. Well hell, who would believe that could ever happen?

Everyone involved in railroading the guy – the bitch who made the false statement implicating him, the cop(s) directly involved in solidifying his frame up through fabrication of evidence and coercion of a false confession, the prosecutor and any other staff in the DA’s office who enabled the case, and the judge (if all still alive today) – should be locked in a building and burned alive. And he should get to light the blaze, if he so desires. If not, plenty of volunteers can easily be found. 35 years of his life stolen away in the joint entitles him to at least that much retribution.

The real take away here is that the functionaries of the system who do this shit need to face accountability in the extreme when their egregious failures – like this case – are exposed. Presently, they don’t, and therefore face no disincentive against destroying someone’s life under false pretenses just for the sake of closing a case and chalking up another conviction on their political scoreboard.

Kwannie Kwanstain · October 16, 2022 at 1:32 pm

Donut molesters put him there.
Nothing sadder than a copsucker douchebadge groupie and there a lot of them in the Kwanstain.

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