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Thursday, August 3, 2006

 

D.A. put him in jail to assure his testimony

`For two months, from mid-November 2004 to mid-January 2005, Odd languished in the Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility, trying to figure out why he was there, and desperately trying to convince somebody – anybody – to set him free.

Odd, 42, was jailed at the request of a Philadelphia assistant district attorney – not as punishment for a crime, but to ensure his testimony as a witness in a murder case.

Yet, even after the murder charges were dismissed, no one bothered to release Odd from prison.’




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