The US Has Stolen 5,192 Years From The Wrongfully Convicted: NY, Texas, Illinois Lead The Pack

The first time DNA evidence was used to free a wrongfully convicted person was back in 1989. Since then, as forensic science has improved, another 324 people have been released from prison based on DNA testing. Plenty more are likely on the way. Click here for full story…

This issue is very well apparent in Cattaraugus County, New York, where you have the first individual, in the history of this country to ever be indicted without a grand jury ever being formed by a County District Attorney who has no problem committing perjury in order to railroad individuals into the jail system in order to cover up her criminal activity.

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