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Law & Justice / Johnson Case / DNA Evidence / Scheck & Johnson Interviews (Part II) #707010

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 30, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interviews held with freed inmate Larry Johnson@ after DNA evidence cleared him of rape after 18 years in prison & with Innocence Project co-founder Barry Scheck. [From St. Louis, JOHNSON - says he never gave up at all; says he is angry at prosecutor Jennifer Joyce for not acting to give people a chance.] [In studio, SCHECK - says Joyce has taken a long time in releasing the DNA evidence; states putting DNA evidence in a data bank can prevent more crimes; explains the importance for criminal justice of the Innocence Protection Act.]

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