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New Reality show on Fox: Who's My Daddy? Premieres in early 2005

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    Me:
    I don't imagine the bloke who was locked up for 36 years would be quite so enamored by it.
    Rupa:
    No. That was a sad miscarriage of justice. The poor guy was in the
    wrong place at the wrong time and defended, if you could call it that,
    by a lawyer who cannot be sued for malpractice, being dead now.

    However, my point was that (a) lawyers who do their job, however
    difficult, are the ones that prevent that kind of thing and (b)
    miscarriages of justice happen everywhere -- but in most places, you
    don't actually have someone going in there 30 years later to fix it.
    Rupa

    Me:
    I can't say I agree there. Back in the time before DNA tests that
    almost catagorically prove culpabilty, many people were wrongly
    convicted on the evidence set up by crooked cops and the like,
    regardless of how good the lawyer might have been. It's happened
    everywhere and often. But thanks to DNA those wrongly convicted are
    being set free upon re-evaluation of the evidence in most well,
    civilised countries, not only the US.
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