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Murky Massacre

The U.S. Supreme Court and Foul Play at Harry Connick Sr.'s Office



According to the U.S. Supreme Court, the prosecutors who worked for former Orleans Parish District Attorney Harry Connick Sr. didn't show a pattern of skirting obligations that would guarantee a fair trial. But, on at least two occasions, they behaved unconstitutionally, the Court has now ruled.


Supreme Denial

Why the Nation's Highest Court Turned Back a Wrongfully Convicted NOLA Man's $14 Million



In the eyes of five U.S. Supreme Court justices, the U.S. government doesn't owe John Thompson anything for the 14 years he wrongfully spent on death row. As a result, government lawyers would have to stop going to law school to be financially liable for the wrongful conviction of anyone else.


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