Faith, Justice, And Freedom For The Wrongly Convicted : Fresh Air Jim McCloskey, a lay minister, has devoted the past 40 years of his life to seeking justice and exoneration for men and women on death row or serving life sentences for crimes they didn't commit. "I saw firsthand how police and prosecutors manipulate evidence, coerce witnesses into giving false testimony," he says. His memoir is 'When Truth is All You Have.'

Ken Tucker reviews the new album by HAIM, 'Women in Music Pt. III.'
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Faith, Justice, And Freedom For The Wrongly Convicted

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Jim McCloskey, a lay minister, has devoted the past 40 years of his life to seeking justice and exoneration for men and women on death row or serving life sentences for crimes they didn't commit. "I saw firsthand how police and prosecutors manipulate evidence, coerce witnesses into giving false testimony," he says. His memoir is 'When Truth is All You Have.'

Ken Tucker reviews the new album by HAIM, 'Women in Music Pt. III.'