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“I Served 26 Years for Murder Even Though the Killer Confessed”

“In 1983, Alton Logan was convicted of killing off-duty Cook County corrections officer Lloyd Wickliffe in a Chicago McDonald’s, and sentenced to life in prison. What Logan didn’t know was that another man had confessed to the crime.

Andrew Wilson confided his guilt to his attorneys, Dale Coventry and Jamie Kunz, who didn’t come forward with the information for more than two decades. The lawyers said they were bound by a sacrosanct rule of legal conduct: attorney-client confidentiality. But according to the lawyers, Wilson agreed they could disclose the confession after his death.”

Read the full article on Vice, in conjunction withe The Marshall Project, here: https://www.vice.com/amp/en_us/article/evb4ap/i-served-26-years-for-murder-even-though-the-killer-confessed

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