Adam Braseel’s murder conviction was vacated last year. Today, the state tries to put him back in jail.
Did you kill Malcom Burrows? Did you assault Rebecca Hill?
During his eight years in prison, this is what Adam Braseel would ask fellow inmates, men who had been on the inside far too long to have had anything to do with the crimes that landed him there. It was the best way, he says, to convey his innocence and the way it felt to be accused of things he insists he knew nothing about. Continue reading →