This is the story of some teenagers who were wrongfully convicted of murder and served 15 years in prison. DNA set them free, then convicted the two men who really did the crime. Shane DuBow reports on how the police framed them with the crime in the first place, and what it's like to be in prison when you know you're innocent. ...
Snitch. The story of how common and perfectly legal police interrogation procedures, procedures without violence or torture, were able to get an average 14-year-old suburban kid to confess to murdering his own sister... even though DNA evidence later proved that he hadn't done the crime.
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