Letters: Falsely convicted

Re "34-year wait for justice is over," Nov. 8

What an outrageous and grotesque miscarriage of justice. Kash Delano Register languishes in prison for 34 years for a murder he didn't commit, while those who put him there — an eyewitness who evidently perjured herself and the police detectives and prosecutors who allegedly ignored or withheld exculpatory evidence — are not punished for their actions.

There must be consequences for liars and cheats in the criminal justice system, and I'm not referring to the defendants.

Marcia Goodman

Long Beach


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