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The Fruits of Over-Zealous Prosecution

Radley Balko has a roundup of stories of overdue freedom for the improperly incarcerated.  Its good to see this happening, though I must say I still have some mixed feelings about the Innocence Project after their staggeringly bad judgment of putting Janet Reno, Queen of Abusive Prosecution, on their board.

Posted on July 24, 2008 at 09:04 PM | Permalink

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If the Innocence Project has put Janet Reno, the woman who put ex-police officer Grant Snowden in prison for ten years for a crime (1) he did not commit, and (2) no one committed because the alleged acts never occurred, then the Innocence Project is a fraud.

Posted by: Flash Gordon | Jul 25, 2008 7:53:48 AM

Not bad judgement.

Dishonesty and corruption.

Posted by: Ragnar Danneskjold | Jul 25, 2008 6:32:38 PM

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