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2thdocs

  5 months ago

Why do we continue to use a system that makes so many mistakes?
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On July 17 997: DNA tests clear David Milgaard of the 1969 sexual assault and fatal stabbing of Saskatoon nursing aide Gail Miller. Milgaard had served 23 years in prison.
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D1374326

  4 months ago
Sad case for sure.
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richardbeauchamp

  5 months ago
If I remember right the detective that was on the case still refuses to admit that someone else was responsible.
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richardbeauchamp

  5 months ago
It,s not mistajes. It,s a delibertate aatempt to nail someone to tge wall fir domething they didn,t do because there to incompident to fo their jobs. TO BE COBTINUED
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annehamilton

  5 months ago
This is a very sad reality that he faced
Hopefully no-one else has to go through what he had to endure...such a grave waist of his time and life~
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Vmarchuk

  5 months ago
Wow I couldn't imagine, but isn't that happening alot lately. The Dna technology sucked back then I guess.
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atlanta01

  5 months ago
There have been in the past and there still are instances where the legal system fails and innocent individuals are convicted of crimes they did not commit. This is why we see organizations that work with those who may have been wrongfully convicted and why compensation is provided. No, compensation doesn't make what happened go away but there are always going to be circumstances where the wrong person is charged/convicted.
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InsertUniqueNameHere

  5 months ago
the system works for those at the top, and they are the ones who make the rules, so if it's working fine for the rich and well-connected, why would they change? It's unfortunate and prison reform is a huge necessity.
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noravandoninck

  5 months ago
Poor guy- while he was no angel, he was railroaded, big time, and no amount of compensation will alleviate his pain and suffering. His Mom, Joyce, is one of my heroes!
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