Do you want to know the sick thing about all this?
Detective Louis Scarcella who spent decades framing black men for crimes they didn’t commit is still walking free and collecting his pension. There are no plans to punish him.
Tears flowed down the face of a newly exonerated Brooklyn man as he railed about the crooked process that stole 17 years of his life.
John Bunn, convicted in an August 1991 killing based on tainted evidence produced by ex-Detective Louis Scarcella, turned angry Tuesday as prosecutors announced they would not retry his case.
“They won’t admit I’m an innocent man,” said the emotional Bunn, now 41, as he clutched the hands of his lawyers in a Brooklyn courtroom.
“Y’all had the wrong man this whole time and you have (someone) out there running free and y’all had no right to do what you did.”
Speaking Tuesday, Simpson noted that Bunn was only 14 when he was arrested and jailed in the Crown Heights murder of Rolando Neischer.
The justice system is made for people of color.
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