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Title
American justice
Type
Moving Image
Language
English
Identified By
Lccn: 2010609797
Color Content
multicolored
Summary
A woman shot during a robbery identifies a 16-year-old named "Terence" as her assailant. With no physical evidence linking Terence Garner to the crime, the North Carolina teenager was convicted mainly on the basis of the victim's testimony. Just days after he's convicted, a 24-year-old man named "Terrance" confesses to the crime. We'll see how this case raises serious doubts about the reliability of eyewitness testimony and disturbing cracks in the American justice system.
Capture
broadcastDate: 2003-10-08
Duration
50
Authorized Access Point
Kurtis, Bill, American justice. Mistaken identity
Authorized Access Point Variant
Copyright Collection (Library of Congress) American justice. Mistaken identity