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False Confessions & Wrongful Convictions: 5 Shocking Cases That Got Overturned

These five cases prove just how devastating convictions based on false confessions are to all involved. They also chillingly suggest that such miscarriages may well be far more common than we think. The post False Confessions & Wrongful Convictions: 5 Shocking Cases That Got Overturned appeared first on CrimeFeed.
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