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Why we Confess to Crimes we Didn’t Commit

The three human errors that lead to a false confession

David McCallum’s Reunion with his Mother. Image taken from the documentary David and Me

In 1985, David McCallum III and Willie Stuckey confessed to a crime they didn’t commit. They were tried, found guilty, and sentenced to prison.

29 years later, they were exonerated. In a bittersweet ending, David walked free but without his friend, for a cruel twist of fate had…

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Andrei Schiller-Chan

Andrei Schiller-Chan

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