Episode: After Innocence: Exoneration in America, Day 3 [11.19.2013]


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After Innocence: Exoneration in America, Day 3 [11.19.2013]

Jason Puracal was working in Nicaragua when he was wrongfully convicted of drug trafficking, money laundering, and organized crime.  He was sentenced to 22 years in one of the worst prisons in the country.  His sister Janis led the charge for his release. Also, a forensic DNA expert who has devoted himself to using new DNA technology to free the innocent.



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