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Originally posted by onequestion
reply to post by greeneyedleo
From personal experience, I would say it took so long because the city/state did not want to admit wrong, and allowed ego to play a major role. It is typically hard to impossible to be able to achieve anything from prison. You are subject to the system once you are involved.
Originally posted by UberL33t
You know, I can't help but think about the scumbag that committed the actual crime and possibly got away scot-free. They say what comes around goes around. If so, then I'm sure he'll get his in the end.
For the poor fella that lost 30 years of his life for nothing. Well, you can rest assured the State of Ohio will be paying him a significant amount for their error. Although nice, no amount of money can buy you back 30 years of your life.
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Originally posted by andy1033
reply to post by rcwj1975
The police have desperately tried to frame me for 18 years for anything, here in london. My dna has nothing to do with this, they know i have never done anything, they did some sort of minority report tech rubbish on me. They just made it up, and they made sure i could never have a life.
Its amazing if you have the wrong nutcases investigating your life, does not matter if you never do anything, they just set out to get you forever, like my life has proved.
My dna has nothing to do with this, they have gone through my whole life, and cannot find anything.
I would say there must of been plenty like me, but they may of been framed by these scum, and they got away with it. The only concelation i had over last 18 years is that i knew they where just desperate to ruin my life.
I could of too been like this person, and there must be many more. Without ever commiting a crime, police can just do anything they want to