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After 8 years State Police Say Davontae Sanford Did Not Do it

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More good news! The State Police say that the Detroit Police and the Courts got it wrong! We are thrilled. Despite denials for 8 years from Kym Worthy's office that they got it wrong, this will be difficult to ignore. For the complete article and a 4 1/2 minute audio clip from NPR, click State police investigation points to different killer in 2007 quadruple homicide. Also, the Free Press article.

Proving Innocence and many other groups have been reporting on Davontae's case for years. If you want to see the actual "confession" on our site, go to here, and for the whole story, go to Davontae Sanford.

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At this point in our development, PI is only taking on cases in cooperation with other innocence projects. If you have been wrongfully convicted and your case involves DNA evidence, we recommend you contact the Cooley Innocence Project at Western Michigan Cooley Law School. If your case does not involve DNA, please contact the Michigan Innocence Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School. A third member of the Innocence Network is SADO, the State Appelate Defense Organization. For cases outside of Michigan, here is a list of innocence projects by state.