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It would be impossible to state how many innocent people are imprisoned in the United States today. But you can bet the number is significantly higher than it should be. What if that innocent person was someone you know? What if it was a relative…mother, father? What if it was YOU?
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4N6 Fans, Innocence Project, teens + forensics, To Catch A Killer, To Right The Wrongs, Writing for YA

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On January 1st, 2017, I drove past the Seattle Gum Wall. The gum wall is an incredible display of millions of pieces of chewed gum, pressed into the side of a brick building, on a narrow alley under Pike Place Market. And, while there is an ew factor at seeing all of this goo on display, it is an astounding visual testament to the sticking power of um, gum. At the time I just thought, wow, that’s really weird and also, that’s a crap load of gum! But after reading the recent story of a cold case murder in the UK that was solved by extracting DNA from … Continue reading

4N6 Fans, teens + forensics

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