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Indiana talk on Darryl Pinkins exoneration
Darryl Pinkins was convicted of a rape he did not commit, and served twenty-four years in an Indiana prison. Exculpatory DNA evidence was available fifteen years ago, but could not be interpreted by older methods. This brief talk tells how TrueAllele® computing resolved the DNA mixtures, and helped free an innocent man.
- Co-defendant Roosevelt Glenn exonerated by TrueAllele on Monday, Jan 30
- CBS "48 Hours" reports on the Pinkins case Saturday, Feb 4 at 10 pm ET/PT
- AAFS presentation on Pinkins DNA on Thursday, Feb 16 in New Orleans