Wrongfully Convicted Part Two


Wrongfully Convicted Part Two


EPISODE 28 Tue 27 Aug
In criminal law it’s said that 'it’s better that 10 guilty men go free than one innocent man be wrongly convicted.’ In the second of Insight's two part special, we hear how wrongly convicted people cleared their names and how they coped on the outside.

Meet The Guests

Henry Keogh

“I still hung onto the hope that the system would eventually get it right.”

John Button

“I believed that once people knew the facts that there wasn't any evidence against me, I'd be released."

Debra Milke

“I didn't think I was going to jail because I didn't participate in any kind of crime and especially a crime against my own child … But I didn't go home, he took me to the main jail.”

Gregory Bright

"I was optimistic. I'm thinking that, after I cooperate and inform them that I don't know the victim, they're going to release me and I'll be able to go home … After that night it was 27 and a half years before I was able to come home."

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