The state of the US justice system

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  1. frigidweirdo

    frigidweirdo Platinum Member

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    US inmate's golf drawings lead to freedom

    Get this.

    Guy gets convicted for murder. He says he was close by at the time of the shooting, but didn't do it.

    He had witnesses who would say he didn't do it. But they were people who had been accused of perjury before and weren't called.

    The investigating homicide detective was also not called to give evidence.

    A gunpowder test on the guy's clothing came back negative.

    Then it gets weird.

    Days after the murder a guy admitted to shooting the victim on TV.

    That man was never arrested. He's confessed openly 10 times that he committed the murder and nothing.

    How does something like this happen in the US?

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