NYPD Gets $1.25 Million Grant To Help Wrongfully Accused Inmates & Ex-Cons
The NYPD is doing its part to clear the wrongfully accused via a $1.25 million grant which will help those unlawfully convicted of crimes. The police unit announced Monday (Sept. 23), that the Innocence Project would spearhead the fight to exonerate inmates and ex-cons found innocent of wrongdoing, by collecting evidence for their cases.
DNA Clears Another Man Falsely Convicted Of Rape After Serving Prison Bid
Talk about vindication after being railroaded by New York police over 30 years ago, Freddie Peacock, a mentally ill New York man, was exonerated Thursday after DNA testing showed he was innocent after spending nearly six years in prison for a 1976 rape he insisted he didn’t commit in 1976. Peacock’s conviction was based on […]