Northwestern Students Accused of Paying for Witness Testimony

A group of Northwestern University journalism students who believe they found proof that exonerates a man held behind bars for 31 years on a murder conviction are being accused of paying two witnesses for testimony that would help their case. Thirty students from Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism Innocence Project spent three years investigating the case of Anthony McKinney, who has been serving a life sentence for the murder and armed robbery of a security guard since 1982, and...Full Story
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