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Who's Saying the Innocence Project Sprung a Killer, and Why? 

Anthony Porter walks out of the Cook County Jail after more than 16 years on death row.

Anthony Porter walks out of the Cook County Jail after more than 16 years on death row.

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When David Protess—the hotshot professor who helmed the Innocence Project—got in trouble at Northwestern University, James Sotos saw an opportunity. Sotos is an attorney with a client and a message, and he believes that the more compromised Protess's reputation, the better his…

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