A $110,000-a-year Illinois prison official with a lengthy criminal history returned to the state payroll despite “writing and responding to hundreds of lewd and inappropriate emails” on the taxpayers’ dime and “falsifying” his application for a previous state job, records show.
Updated: 2013-12-10 14:07:07
A Cook County judge Tuesday overturned the conviction of Stanley Wrice, who spent the last three decades behind bars for a brutal gang rape he said he was forced to confess to by abusive detectives working under the now disgraced police commander, Jon Burge.
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