Prosecutors Violate Their Oaths By Hiding Evidence, Chicago Tribune Investigation Reveals

January 1999
Jet;01/25/99, Vol. 95 Issue 8, p13
Reports that a `Chicago Tribune' investigative series has found hundreds of cases where prosecutors hid evidence or twisted the truth, sending innocent people to prison. Comments by `Tribune' writers Ken Armstrong and Maurice Possley; Details of the newspaper's findings; Examples of deceit; Number of wrongful homicide convictions uncovered.


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