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Source:  The Daily Dot

Innocent until proven guilty. Everyone has the right to a fair trial. If you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear. That’s how it’s supposed to work in America. But, all too often, that’s not how it does.

The thought of being wrongly convicted and imprisoned for a crime you didn’t commit is one of the most chilling fates imaginable, a fear our culture returns to time and time again in our fiction, because we know, deep down, that it’s a genuine possibility.

Netflix’s latest true-crime documentary series, “The Confession Tapes,” examines cases where the prosecution gained a conviction based primarily on taped confessions that the suspects claim were coerced.

Read the story at The Daily Dot.

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