A severely intellectually disabled man has spent more than 30 years in an Arkansas prison. The system doesn't care if he's actually guilty.
Brutal. Great work, Radley. I'm nauseated and enraged. But it's the Hempsteads and Michelle Tull that almost made me cry. Too bad people like that can't fix all the other bullshit.
Reminds me of the cases in James Duane's book: You Have the Right to Remain Innocent. Confessions produced by coercion or deception are an absolute cancer in our justice system.
There are heroes, and then, the other guys. In Charlie’s case not enough heroes to overcome the BS of the Legal System. Straight forward read, and I can picture Charlie with your writing. Excellence.
Pure evil. What an infuriating story.