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    • Here you go, 20 dollars as recompense
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    • That’s fucked up man they should owe him a million dollars and endless fucking pussy or sum shit
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    • I'd easy say he deserves $100,000 for each year.
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    • This happened in 2018. He was 16 when the victims were killed and was sentenced life in prison. He was released at 41 spending 25 years behind bars wrongfully convicted
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    • “The court would like to give you a couple of cents and some lint to get your life together have fun🙂”
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    • Watch them give him like 30 bucks and a jolly rancher
      lymeminka 11 sep
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    • some stupid fucking lady used her court privillege as a woman to toss his ass into jail for 25 years, over murder with no evidence... fuck her
      hurli 11 sep
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    • Then the state gives him 75 cents for reparations
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    • If you were wrongly convicted you shouldn’t have to pay taxes on anything + all non personal debts waved. When you die your family shouldn’t have to pay taxes on 2x the amount you were convicted for.
      smiteis 11 sep
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    • Nothing can the wrong that was done to him. No money or other material can make up for the amount of time he lost in his life.
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    • He should have never been in jail in the first place but this moment is amazing
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    • Do people get compensated for having their life ruined??
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    • Judges who are irresponsible with their power should be executed by the guillotine
      cerally 11 sep
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    • "Here is your $75 check, sowwy"
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    • Then all he gets is a 75 buck check for the inconvenience
      swimnich 12 sep
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    • That’s cool and all but my mans lost 20+ years he’ll never get back
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    • United States Justice System be like: Haha whoopsies sorry you spent 20 years in jail UwU
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    • They need to give that man reparations out the fucking ass. Imagine some assholes decide to take you in to meet a quota, no detective work done, and then some POS judge takes 25 years of your life. I’m not even 25 yet. I’m hurt for this man, I couldn’t imagine the pain. They almost did me the same.
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    • “Proven innocent” there’s the problem right there
      PuppyPage 12 sep
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    • People wrongly convicted and spend that much time in prison, should have their record wiped fucking spotlessly clean and get paid at least $3000 a month by the government to live comfortably the rest of their lives. That is so shitty and fucked up when that happens to people.
      Ausrotten 11 sep
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    • Twenty years sorry our fuckin bad
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    • It should be $60k a year for wrongfully convicted victims
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    • It's a good thing the sith lord was there to support his man
      MazeDrago 11 sep
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    • The convicting jury should split his sentence.
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    • I reckon he didn't get a penny for the years wasted
      ToxicRice 12 sep
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    • Why the court system if bullshit. You just wasted a free mans life away in jail for something he was probably framed for
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    • He better have gotten compensated at least $2 million USD for all that time lost
      CarFriend 12 sep
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    • This is why accurate E.V.I.D.E.N.C.E. Is needed to put away criminals. All these people crying wolf because they got their feelings hurt and bam a mothafu goes to prison for 20+ years.
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    • That just makes you wonder, how many innocent people are currently rotting in jail cells for crimes they didn’t commit. Who knows how often this shit happens? For every wrongful conviction we discover, there could very well be 100 that go unnoticed.
      _Godless 12 sep
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    • Good to see he had count dooku as his lawyer
      casualfan 11 sep
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    • People who are wrongly convicted should receive $1,000 for every month they are in prison and the judge that convicted them should be fired.
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    • No one gonna blame the police cuz he white. But, y’all aren’t ready for that. All lives matter
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    • Guy on the left looks like count dooku
      jetguy 11 sep
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    • The person who wrongly accused him should be jailed and he should immediately inherit all of their personal belongings and property
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    • Fuck the American criminal justice system
      deku_nutt 12 sep
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    • Was he compensated in any way for the quarter of his life stolen from him?
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    • I think that since you can't go back in time and give people time of their lives back, people should be given a fucking life of luxury if theyve been wrongly imprisoned. At least 500000 for each year they spent in prison
      TheGrug 12 sep
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    • The justice system: "Sorry bro LOL"
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    • FREE DAT NIGGA HE AINT DO NUN😤
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    • He deserves to be put up in a multi million dollar house rent free for the rest of his life and paid a million a year for that bullshit
      AjaxSoap 12 sep
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    • He should sue the state or court. Get that money he rightfully deserves.
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    • This happened to my stepdad before i was even born. Believe me my family tree is kinda complicated, but he was imprisoned wrongly and framed by Whitey Bulger for murder who was #2 on the FBIs MWL, but the police held back information so after 38 long years, he was proven innocent. Fuck Whitey Bulger
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    • Let me guess, no apology or compensation from the state? Sounds about right. Fuck them all, I’m glad they’re defunded.
      PoThePo 12 sep
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    • The American criminal justice system is just as bad as a “among us” group chat trying to figure out who the imposter is
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    • “Proven innocent” HOWS NOBODY SEEING THIS AS AN ISSUE!?!?
      Paroro 12 sep
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    • Time to hunt down the judge that screwed him the 1st time around
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    • 20 fucking years of his wife was WASTED and all they do is offer him money....like wtf
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    • The justice system seems difficult. These convictions are made by totally normal people in a jury doing the best with the evidence they have. I hope I never end up on a jury duty and fucking up.
      TheCheat 12 sep
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    • I almost went away for 15 years over a false molestation charge by my moms ex, he claimed I touched his 5 year old daughter on her privates. He used her like a puppet and it destroyed my soul to hear my mother tell me lies he had fed to her and she had said, that was really the day I lost my faith.
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    • And the state generously gave him $400 for 20 lost years of his life...
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    • This is why it should be innocent UNTIL proven guilty.
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    • Is there anything the government does to repay people wrongly convicted? I mean you stole 20 years of this mans life and time is worth more than anything.
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    • I hate how you can be wrongly convicted but they won’t do shit when you’re released, like “Oh sorry you lost 25 years of your life here’s 200k”
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    • They should’ve gave him 25 million dollars since he was in there for that long and didn’t do nothing I feel like that would be right bc it’s they fault he was in there
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    • Can you imagine how many lawyers were outside begging to rep him in his new wrongful conviction case?
      Velicey 12 sep
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    • IF you are exonerated, you get 50k per year you were there. 100k per year you were on death row. Some people are not fully exonerated, and are released after proven innocent, so 20 years and no compensation. Such bullshit.
      Xejax 12 sep
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    • People who are wrongly convicted and locked up for that long deserve to be compensated by the government
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    • Fuck the whole system. It was originally made to be "Innocent till proven GUILTY". Now i could go to court and testify againts someone with little evidence and they need to prove they are innocent. Like wth? Sure you may catch the criminal who did something wrong, but what about the others...
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    • It took 20 YEARS!!! FU(K THEM FU(K!!! THEM!!!!!!
      Tramane15 12 sep
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    • God bless those lawyers for freeing an innocent man. Next up: removing protections from prosecutors who lie and hide evidence that leads to wrongful convictions
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    • This is in my city El paso TX
      HotRed 12 sep
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    • I'm glad Dooku got his head on straight and turned his life around
      Truck_kun 12 sep
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    • Dr Phil’s declares man innocent
      nickH1 13 sep
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      I wonder how wide his asshole is
      Holohoax 11 sep
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    • "Lol whoops, here's a gumball. Now if you'll excuse us we need to start on not trying to look for the real murderer."
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    • Doesn't give him his 25 years back but ok
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    • What does he get for it, like they just wasted 20+ years that he’ll never get back
      pigles1 12 sep
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    • My dad was a jrotc teacher after 21 years in the army. He taught at a pretty ghetto school with a large hispanic community. Everyone loved him and called him Sarge and he was the highlight of their day, I could see it every time I was around. One day this little girl comes to him crying so
      Revelator 12 sep
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    • Wtf is this...the damage is already done
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    • Thats so wrong, you should never have to prove your innocence.
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    • If yall been to county jail or prison yall a know the relief in this man's body and mind. And the dangers that can come with the race cards. Yes racism exists in the prison system.
      kanep0e 12 sep
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    • This is bullshit. Whatever happened to guilty beyond a responsible doubt? Fucking bastards.
      HentaiGod 12 sep
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    • 20 years? This man spent 1/4th of his life behind bars, for.... nothing? He needs some severe compensation.
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    • Now back to prison for 2 weeks while we process you out...
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    • Prison needs a revamp
      Tabby345 12 sep
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    • Knees weak...arms are heavy man convicted falsely already
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    • Bro I'd be fuckin pissed...20 years of my life...gone
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    • Its horrible but true that the justice system all over the world have fatal flaws. Many people take advantage of these flaws for their own benefit and innocent people have their lives wrecked due to some evil and bad minds.
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    • Isn't there a guy thats been in prison almost all his life and still waiting to be released? And everyone knows he's not guilty and there was actual evidence that he's innocent and hes been waiting for his court date for years?...
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    • Shouldn’t it be that he was innocent until they proved that he was guilty?
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    • This is why I'm against the death penalty. He'd be 20 years dead by now on a wrongful conviction.
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    • I want to support the death penalty, but it’s stuff like this that just keeps me from fully backing it
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    • People will often just destroy a life because “he’s a criminal, he was convicted!” But they’re still human, and wrongful convictions do happen. Which is conflicting to me because I say kill pe.dos, but what if an innocent man is convicted because of false evidence. Conviction isn’t reliable yet
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    • That’s disgusting. He spent his best years behind bars on a false verdict, disgusting
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    • Heres 15.99 to restart your life. oUr BaD
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    • Why were they holding him up?
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    • They should give him the salary of his last job times at least half the years he was in prison as recompense for the damage.
      Cobra2900 11 sep
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    • Another reason why the death penalty is fucked up and should be done away with
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    • Then they gave him 6 crumpled up ones and half a pb&j, dropped him off at the nearest homeless shelter.
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    • I would murder every member of the jury and go to jail for real
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    • Whoever put him in there lose penis privlages
      imamurder 12 sep
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    • Dude the devs need to rework prison
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    • What was he convicted of is a more important question
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    • Very fucked up that they don't pay him up to 100,000 dollars at least he can't get those years back
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    • “Proven innocent” kinda pathetic how we have to do that. It’s innocent until proven guilty, and especially in court where it’s a unanimous decision made by an impartial jury beyond any reasonable doubt. We should not have to “prove innocence”
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    • Saruman must have been a fantastic lawyer
      Feesh 11 sep
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    • Having to prove yourself innocent is unconstitutional, situations like these should not happen
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    • So they fuck you once by locking you up for 1/3 to a quarter of your life, and then they fuck you again when you get out and have no experience, job, car, house, friends and family, and its now your problems to deal with that they caused you to have. But let Walmart have financial issues...
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