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A Web log for the Innocence Institute of Point Park University

Friday, May 13, 2005

Boston slow to pay up to wrongfully accused

Nine men are suing the commonwealth of Boston for almost $4.5 million after being wrongfully convicted and serving up to a decade in prison on unrelated charges, reports the Boston Herald. Under a new law those wrongfully convicted are entitled to up to $500,000 each, but the men say that because of Attorney General Tom Reilly they have not seen a dime.


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