ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 18, 2008
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(Joliet, Illinois: Jan Crawford Greenberg) The long imprisonment of Alton Logan for a Chicago murder he did not commit reviewed; details given about how lawyer Dale Coventry came to know his client, Andrew Wilson, committed the crime. [In an interview at the Joliet prison, LOGAN - says he never gave up hope after being convicted; states his family is long and gone.] [Former public defender COVENTRY- recounts what Wilson told him, but it was privileged; states they prosecuted an innocent man.]
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