Nebraska to pay $500G to 80-year-old man wrongly convicted of 1955 murder

Aug 31, 2012 Full story: Fox News

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning apologized Friday to an 80-year-old man wrongfully convicted in the 1955 killing of his wife, and asked a judge to approve a $500,000 award from the state.

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#1 Sep 9, 2012
Justice would be MORE MONEY, PLUS All district attornys involved, INCLUDING THE ARRESTING OFFICER, sent to PRISON a minimum of 3 years plus pernimante terminaion or loss retirement...

Send a non-guily/didn't do the crime, to Prison, THOSE INVOLVED WHO CARRIE AUTHORITY "Must pay for their Crime" !!!! "WRONGFULL CONVICTION"

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