News 06.14.16

New Podcast Explores Mistaken Identification and Wrongful Convictions

By Innocence Staff

Memory Motel is a new podcast that examines memory.  An episode posted this week, Court of Memory, features Innocence Project Senior Staff Attorney Karen Newirth, who specializes in mistaken identification, and our client Nathan Brown who was misidentified and served 17 years for an attempted rape he didn’t commit.

Listen below:

Related: 71% of DNA exonerations cases involved eyewitness misidentification

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  1. THERE HAS TO BE SOMEONE OUT THERE THAT KNOWS SOMETHING ABOUT RICHARD MILBOURN CASE…NEED TO SPEAK UP…IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO HIM..THING NOT CHANGING AND IT DOES AFFECT HIM MENTALLY…NOT THE SAME MAN AT ALL… ANYONE KNOWS ABOUT THIS CRIME SPEAK OUT..HE GOT TO 2 DEATH SENTENCES LOOKING AT HIM…I AM PLEADING WITH ANYONE… CALL ME AT 707-954-1983 OR WRITE ME AT P.O BOX 614,CRESCENT CITY,CA…95531. DO NOT BE SHY..SPEAK UP AND IT WELL NOT GO ANY FURTHER..A MAN LIFE IS IN OUR HANDS…THANK YOU…MY NAME IS SUZANEE VARNER

  2. RICHARD MILBOURN, N-BODY CASE… HE CHARGED WITH MURDER WHERE THERE WAS NO CRIME OR BODY…HE RECEIVED 2 DEATH SENTENCES…SINCE THE TIME HE BEEN IN HE LOST MOST OF HIS FRIENDS..THAT THE CRIME WAS MADE UP AND THE JURY BELIEVED IT…HE DESERVE HIS FREEDOM.

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