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Resource ID: #20879
Subject: Justice
Source: Chicago Tribune
Date: 2003-10-26



These stories systematically examined every DNA and death penalty exoneration in the country, a total of more than 250 cases in which a crime was left unsolved by an inmates exoneration and release from prison. The series found that, in many cases, searching anew for the real culprit would have been a simple task. Often, however, that simple step was not taken by law enforcement.

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