In 1982 Victor Rosario injured himself trying to save residents from a burning building. Rather than acknowledge his heroism, Lowell, MA police allegedly falsified evidence and coerced a false confession to convict him of arson and murder. After more than 3 decades of wrongful imprisonment, Rosario’s nightmare is finally at an end. Read more about Mr. Rosario and his decades long fight for justice in The Boston Globe: “Lowell to pay $13 million to man wrongly convicted of arson

You can also read about Victor Rosario’s historic settlement on our blog: “Victor Rosario Wins One of the Largest Wrongful Conviction Settlements in New England History