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Kenneth Webb

Kenneth Webb

In 1987, Kenneth Webb was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a pharmacist in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He was exonerated in 2022 based on evidence that he falsely confessed and the lead detectives had engaged in misconduct in other cases.(Photo: Michigan Innocence Clinic)​
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Gable, Juluke Jr., & Nelson

Gable, Juluke Jr., & Nelson

Kunta Gable, Bernell Juluke Jr., and Leroy Nelson were convicted of second-degree murder in 1995 in New Orleans, Louisiana. They were exonerated in 2022, after a reinvestigation showed that the state failed to turn over impeachment evidence against the eyewitness and that a corrupt police officer played a key role in their arrest.(Photo: The Guardian)​
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Anthony Kyles

Anthony Kyles

In 1997, Anthony Kyles was sentenced to life in prison for setting a fire that killed three children and their father in Pontiac​, Michigan. Kyles was exonerated in 2022 based on evidence that the fire was an accident and the recantation of the witness who had falsely accused him of setting the blaze. Photo: Michigan Innocence Clinic: Anthony Kyles with (from left) Michigan Innocence Clinic law students Elijah Ayala and Micayla Brugellis and (far right) fire expert Robert Trenkle)​
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