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[PHOTOS] The Exonerees


All this week Dick Gordon talks with men and women who were exonerated after a wrongful conviction.Meet some of his guests.


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Gloria Killian was a law student in California when she was convicted of masterminding a robbery and double homicide. She was released after it was discovered that evidence had been suppressed by the prosecution.


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Ray Towler (left) was convicted of the assault and rape of two children. Eyewitness testimony put him behind bars. DNA evidence got him out.


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Scott Hornoff was a police detective in Rhode Island when he was convicted of murder. He served six years before the real killer confessed.


Sameer Abdel-Khalek
Jason Puracal was sentenced to 22 years in a Nicaraguan prison for drug trafficking, money laundering and organized crime. His sister and attorney Janis was instrumental in winning his freedom.


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Jennifer Thompson misidentified Ronald Cotton as the man who broke into her home and raped her. Cotton was convicted, served 11 years, and exonerated by DNA evidence.
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