Wrongful Conviction Leads to 16 Years In Prison for Nova Scotian

Wrongful Conviction Leads to 16 Years In Prison for Nova Scotian

Donald Marshall Jr., a Nova Scotia man who was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1971 and served 16 years in prison, died on June 15th at the age of 67. His lawyer said he died of complications related to COPD. Marshall was later exonerated and received a $6.4 million settlement in 1988. #WrongfulConviction #DonaldMarshall #Justice 馃挃馃様 Donald Marshall Jr., un hombre de Nueva Escocia que fue injustamente condenado por asesinato en 1971 y cumpli贸 16 a帽os en prisi贸n, falleci贸 el 15 de junio a la edad de 67. Su abogado dijo que muri贸 a causa de complicaciones relacionadas con EPOC. Marshall fue exonerado posteriormente y recibi贸 una indemnizaci贸n de 6,4 millones de d贸lares en 1988. #Injusticia #DonaldMarshall #Justicia 馃挃馃様
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