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Court divides sharply over exonerated death row inmate’s civil rights claim (access required)

In a divided ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a $14 million verdict awarded to a man who was wrongfully-convicted of murder and sent to death row because a prosecutor in his case withheld exculpatory evidence. In Connick v. Thompson, the Court held in a 5-4 ruling that a district attorney's office cannot be liable ...

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  1. “Insanity of Justice” is that the same United States Supreme Court that established what constitutes violation of American citizens’ civil rights has now forget what it’s past Courts have said, similar to a legally blind man driving a car being stopped by the police and showing a valid driver’s license and police officer advising him “If you could just stop driving down the sidewalk I think everything will be o.k.!-Born to do battle, drafted at birth.a.k.a.Warrior Breed!-Michael E. McKinzy, Sr.-03-30-2011

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