Eric Zorn

Chicago Tribune

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In 1999 the Medill Innocence Project took up the case of Anthony Porter, who had been sentenced to death in the killings of two people at a Chicago swimming pool.

Medill Innocence Project Involved in a Wrongful Conviction

In 1999 the Medill Innocence Project took up the case of Anthony Porter, who had been sentenced to death in the killings of two people at a Chicago swimming pool.

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