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Wrongfully Convicted Man Still Waiting For Ruling On Pardon After 11 Years

(CBS) — A downstate man who was exonerated after spending 17 years in prison for a double murder says he doesn’t understand why he’s been passed over once again for a pardon from the governor. 299 more words

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Illinois Politics and Business as Usual!

Picture of power point with Rod Blagojevich “guilty” and FBI statement by Robert Grant about how corrupt Illinois is; then these statements and questions.

Current Illinois… 324 more words

Michale Callahan

Press Release: "Too Politically Sensitive" Author Michale Callahan Launches New Site

During his career Lieutenant Michale Callahan helped to put more than his fair share of criminals behind bars, but little did he know that the biggest adversaries he would ever face were those within his own department. 499 more words

Michale Callahan

"Too Politically Sensitive" Author Michale Callahan Launches New Site

During his career Lieutenant Michale Callahan helped to put more than his fair share of criminals behind bars, but little did he know that the biggest adversaries he would ever face were those within his own department. 498 more words

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AN EMAIL FROM THE ORIGINAL STATES ATTORNEY THAT PROSECUTED RANDY STEIDL AND HERB WHITLOCK

Michael McFatridge’s incredulous reply to a  Chicago Tribune columnist who dared to question the guilt of the two innocent men wrongfully imprisoned.

“Since the gloves are off and we have dispensed with logic and professionalism.   471 more words

Michale Callahan

Photo Exhibit Showcases Faces Of The Wrongfully Convicted

CHICAGO (CBS) — Forty-five faces and stories line the walls of the Gage Gallery inside Roosevelt University, 14 S. Michigan Ave.

“The Innocents: Headshots” features 45 men and women who were wrongly convicted and eventually exonerated. 832 more words

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Wrongfully Convicted Urge Quinn To Abolish Death Penalty

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WBBM/CBS) — Four men freed from prison after being wrongly convicted and sentenced to death are making a public plea to Gov. Pat Quinn. 213 more words

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