Greg Taylor was wrongfully convicted of killing a prostitute in 1991 in North Carolina. Taylor proclaimed his innocence, but the evidence against him seemed insurmountable: blood from the victim found on his SUV.
The catch is that there was never any blood in the car. Taylor was convicted after crime lab technicians reported traces of blood on his SUV near the crime scene. Those same technicians buried the results of additional testing that showed there was never any blood.
Taylor wrongly served 17 years in prison until being released in February.
Cooper said that the investigators pored through 15,000 lab files from the period between 1986 and 2003. Of those, they identified 230 instances where a lab report did not clearly reflect the totality of information in the lab notes.
Of the 190 cases that will now be reviewed, four people are sitting on death row, three have already been executed and five died in prison.
1860-Conservatives accused Lincoln of being Catholic; in 1940,Roosevelt of being Jewish;Now,Obama of being Muslim. Fear-mongers never change
What happens if you expose the fact that voting machines can be tampered with?
You are arrested.
Erik Prince, the founder of the notorious security company Blackwater/Xe, has left the United States and is settling with his family in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
There is no extradition treaty between the USA and the UAE.
What a proud patriot….