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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 Cases: Logan & Miscarriages of Justice: Logan) I Didn’t Do It s2e4: Alton Logan, CI 2012
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 Cases: Logan & Miscarriages of Justice: Logan) ibid.
16,832. A firestorm of torture allegations and caused a scandal that rocked the Chicago Police Department. (Murder Cases: Logan Miscarriages of Justice: Logan & Police) ibid.
16,833. More than two decades in prison for a crime he did not commit. (Murder Cases: Logan & Miscarriages of Justice: Logan & 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 Cases: Logan & Miscarriages of Justice: Logan) Chicago Sun-Times online article 14th January 2013