Good Kids, Bad City
The Washington Post's Kyle Swenson talked about his book, Good Kids, Bad City: A Story of Race and Wrongful Conviction in America, in which he reported on the wrongful conviction of three African-American youth in Cleveland in the 1970s who served almost four decades in prison before being exonerated in 2014. He spoke with Judge spoke Algenon Marbley. close
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Linda Kass Founder and Owner Gramercy Books
Algenon L. Marbley Judge U.S. District Court->Southern District of Ohio
Kyle Swenson Correspondent Washington Post->"Morning Mix"
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