LOGAN, ALTON: I Didn't Do It TV - Chicago Sun-Times -
16,830. Police gunned down in the streets. In the city of Chicago a manhunt underway. Justice appeared to prevail. But had one man been condemned for another’s crime? (Murder & Miscarriage of Justice) I Didn’t Do It: Alton Logan
16,831. Both lawyers knew they could only reveal the truth if and when their client Andrew Wilson either gave them permission to speak up or die. (Murder & Miscarriage of Justice) ibid.
16,832. A firestorm of torture allegations and caused a scandal that rocked the Chicago Police Department. (Miscarriage of Justice & Police) ibid.
16,833. More than two decades in prison for a crime he did not commit. (Miscarriage of Justice & Police) ibid.
16,834. Chicago will pay $10.25 million to compensate a man who spent 26 years in prison for a murder he did not commit because of an alleged cover-up engineered by now-convicted former Area 2 Commander Jon Burge.
The 11th-hour settlement with Alton Logan will head off a trial that could have forced Burge to testify in court — via video hook-up from a federal prison in North Carolina — for the first time in 20 years. (Murder & Miscarriage of Justice) Chicago Sun-Times online article 14th January 2013