Lana Canen, Indiana Woman Who Served 8 Years For Murder, Released Due To Bad Fingerprint EvidenceAssociated Press
Nov. 05, 2012
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ELKHART, Ind. -- An Indiana woman who spent eight years behind bars for the killing of a blind 94-year-old woman has been freed, after a fingerprint that was prosecutors' crucial piece of evidence against her was found not to be hers, after all.
Lana Canen, 53, was released Friday from the Elkhart County Jail after a judge who overturned her 2005 murder conviction in the Thanksgiving Day 2002 slaying of Helen Sailor ordered her freed, WSBT-TV and WNDU-TV reported.