I've long thought that people responsible for unjust incarceration (not just erroneous conviction, but convictions that any ethical person would know should never have happened) should face the punishment of their victims. In this case, it would make Morrissey subject to many years in prison. No, that's not the law now but I wish it were because right now ambitious bureaucrats have little incentive not to just go for a conviction rather than seek true justice, and the costs of that can be enormous. Just ask Clarence Moses-El.
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