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Glenn Ford is Free After 30 Years on Louisiana Death Row (2 pics)

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  • 13 Mar, 2014  |
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Glenn Ford, Louisiana's longest-serving death row prisoner walks free after 30 years.

1 Glenn Ford is Free After 30 Years on Louisiana Death Row (2 pics)


2 Glenn Ford is Free After 30 Years on Louisiana Death Row (2 pics)


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№1 Author: 1234 (13 Mar 2014 03:21) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: who polices...the judges, prosecutors, police and expert witnesses ?

once some one can hold them accountable for their actions and their work can be reviewed randomly only then will it be truly fair system.....i believe there was another case recently i could be wrong if said i seen it on A/C but some one was wrongfully executed for crime he didn't commit after years in prison
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№2 Author: Grunt Callahan (13 Mar 2014 04:20) Total user comments: 2256


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Blame the jury, there the ones who convicted him. This kind of thing happens all the time and it doesn't matter what race you are.
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№3 Author: Hugo (13 Mar 2014 04:55) Total user comments: 0


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All-white Jury in the 80s. He didnt had a chance.
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№4 Author: adzhoe (13 Mar 2014 04:58) Total user comments: 14959


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That man should get a large monetary award so he can live in comfort and never have to work if he so wishes.
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№5 Author: mangoditreviso (13 Mar 2014 11:03) Total user comments: 53


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I hope he will find the courage to forgive, sue everyone for billion of dollars and live a great happy confortable life. :12:
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№6 Author: szagi (13 Mar 2014 11:13) Total user comments: 426


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:13: how the hel...
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№7 Author: vanel911 (13 Mar 2014 13:29) Total user comments: 421


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'Under Louisiana law he can apply for compensation of up to $25,000 for each year lost to detention, but only up to a ceiling of $250,000.'

There is no justice!! :02:

You can better spill hot coffee at McDonald's... :02:
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№8 Author: mee (13 Mar 2014 13:41) Total user comments: 374


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he got fat in jail??
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№9 Author: mobius (14 Mar 2014 01:31) Total user comments: 1073


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Give him his money. $250,000 can go along way in Lousiana. Sucks he was locked up so long. I am super glad he is exonerated.
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№10 Author: unclebimbo (16 Mar 2014 08:09) Total user comments: 105


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1234,
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

one of my favorite quotes, goes along with this
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