A Michigan rape victim told police that she had little opportunity to view her assailant. But they asked her to help prepare a composite sketch, which she said was about 60 percent accurate. Police targeted Kenneth Wyniemko because he resembled the sketch. He was convicted and sentenced to 40-60 years in prison. Nine years later, DNA proved his innocence. Today, Wyniemko -- joined by his Cooley Innocence Project attorneys and the prosecuting attorney in his case -- educates the public about wrongful convictions.
Incarcerated for 8.5 years.
(Innocence Project/Dan Gair)