Colorado Independent editor Susan Greene talks Denver wrongful-conviction case on KGNU
Front Range radio station KGNU featured Colorado Independent editor Susan Greene talking about the case of Clarence Moses-EL, who has served 28 years in prison for a crime another man confessed to committing. The only evidence against Moses-EL was that his name came to the victim in a dream.
Denver’s District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has tried to suppress evidence in the case to avoid a retrial, but now Moses-EL’s case is under consideration in court.
Check out the KGNU interview with Greene and her stories: “Reasonable Doubts” and “‘What was done in the dark,’” for more about Moses-EL and Morrissey’s attempts to keep a seemingly innocent man in prison.
Photo credit: Susan Greene
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