|Year of Conviction
|Year of Exoneration
|Testing inculpated culprit
|State of Conviction
|Trial, Bench Trial, or Guilty Plea
|Type of Crime
|Gender of Exoneree
|Race of exoneree
|Description / Quotes from Testimony Concerning Defense
● Defense attorney argued that the confession was involuntary.
|Did the defendant testify at trial?
|Types of evidence at trial
|Were non-public facts alleged?
|Type of Forensic Evidence
|Types of Flawed Forensics
|Brief Quote / Description of Testimony
Hair was found “similar” to those of the victim.
|Examples of Non-Public or Corroborated Facts and Inconsistencies
● A white female, wearing jogging clothes, was attached in the Park. ● Described involvement attack on victim ● Victim was hit with a brick. ● Described a series of other attacks, including the radio headset work by male jogger. ● Told detectives during crime scene visit that victim was first struck on roadway and then dragged into the woods.
|Quotes from law enforcement testimony
Testimony by detective that prior to interviewing Santana he did not know details concerning “other people that had been assaulted during the course of the evening.”
|Quotes from prosecution arguments
“If you take the time to look at the evidence in this case, if you examine the photographs, if you look at the defendant’s statements, the evidence in this case again and again corroborates for you what the defendants describe, and admit they did in the park on that night.” “No one fed any information to Antron McCray, to Yusef Salaam or to Raymond Santana. And the reason you know that is because to this day [the victim] can’t tell you what happened to her in the park on that night.” “These defendants know exactly what happened to each victim…”
|Videotape of part of interrogation
|Jailhouse informant, Co-defendant, Incentivized Witness
|Highest level reached