The Byron Halsey Caseby Tim Lynch
Apr. 28, 2014
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From Yahoo News:
In a strongly worded opinion (pdf), a federal appeals court has ruled a man has every right to sue cops who allegedly coerced him into confessing to gruesome child murders he didn’t commit, resulting in him spending 22 years in prison.