Victim of Police Det. Guevara Sues Over 19-Year Wrongful Imprisonment

Guevara Beat Arturo Reyes and Threatened Him With Electric Chair to Get Coerced Confession CHICAGO – Arturo Reyes, a wrongfully convicted man who served 19 years in maximum security prison, today filed a federal lawsuit charging that disgraced former Chicago Police Detective Reynaldo Guevara and others fabricated a false confession from him through physical violence,… Read More

The Wrongful Conviction Roundup – 2017 Q2

This quarter’s wrongful conviction roundup again highlights alarming patterns of intentional police misconduct resulting in tragic injustice. There are infamous individual cops who have caused tons of wrongful convictions by doing “whatever it takes” to pin a crime on a suspect rather than conscientiously investigating the crime. The result is that the officers invariably nab… Read More

Victim of Notorious Frame-Up Cop Sues Chicago in Federal Court

Jose Montanez Was Wrongfully Imprisoned 23 Years Thanks to Disgraced Det. Reynaldo Guevara Today a man who lost 23 years of his life serving time in a prison for a crime he didn’t commit, is suing in federal court a disgraced former police detective who used dozens of frame-ups to advance his career. While serving… Read More

2016’s Final Wrongful Conviction Roundup

It’s time for this year’s final wrongful conviction round-up, our quarterly examination of some of the exonerations from around the country. As always, there are moving and important stories to tell. These stories continue to remind us of the human toll of our country’s out-of-control criminal system. Jose Montaez and Armando Serrano: I am proud… Read More

Police Shootings: the Early Warning Signs

As this nation is repeatedly confronted with horrifying instances of police shootings and police excessive force, it is important to consider the commonalities and patterns among the incidents so that we can strive to find a way to stop this unjustified violence. One detail that the media seems to frequently gloss over is the offending… Read More