CONSTANTINE, Mich. (AP) – A decide has thrown out the perjury conviction of a person who was repeatedly hounded by police throughout an investigation of a woman’s killing in southwestern Michigan.
Ray McCann II served 20 months in jail and jail after feeling pressured to plead no contest. He denied any position within the dying of eleven-yr-previous Jodi Parrack in 2007 however was interviewed 20 occasions by police in St. Joseph County.
McCann’s conviction was erased Thursday on the request of prosecutor John McDonough. He watched a key piece of proof: safety video from outdoors a Constantine creamery.
Police clearly had focused McCann in Jodi’s demise. However one other man, Daniel Furlong, confessed in 2015.
McCann’s case was reopened after an investigation by regulation faculties on the College of Michigan and Northwestern College. Additionally they gave credit score to WOOD-TV reporter Ken Kolker.