October 29, 2011 · Comment on this

With lawyers who always believed in his innocence, Joe Jones in 1992 was able to secure DNA testing to prove he didn't commit the rape. Jones was the first Kansan, and only the seventh in the country, to be exonerated by DNA evidence. Jones' attorneys said the crime didn't fit their client, who was gay and had no criminal history.


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