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Monday, February 08, 2010

Wrongly convicted man forgives accuser

CNN has a piece about Dean Cage, a Chicago man who spent 14 years in prison until he was cleared by DNA evidence, and how he's built a friendship with the woman who wrongly accused him of raping her. On the one hand, you've got to feel bad for the woman: She's already been the victim of a terrible crime, and now she's been handed the guilt of sending an innocent person away. Still, if I were the one who went to prison, I'm not sure how readily I could forgive her.


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