(04-28-2012 08:37 PM)jaxx Wrote: This is a terrible injustice. After DNA became available every case should have been checked, but no, they had to fight for their freedom....unless they were killed by the state. I wish Michael Morton and the Innocence Project good luck in stopping the poor ways of some police depts railroading innocent people into jail. And to hold them accountable would be wonderful.
That's what I think too, jaxx. Why some police departments, jails, etc continue to refuse to allow DNA testing when it might prove that an incarcerated person is innocent is just beyond me. I guess it is more important for them to be "right" than it is for them to get it right.