The 4.1% "Innocent" on Death Row: More Nonsense
The DPIC redefines "exoneration" and "innocent" in the same manner as if they had redefined lie as truth.
This would lower the statistically projected actual innocent conviction error rate down from the 4.1% t0 0.9%, using that average 77% error.
(i) Death sentences since 1973 are tracked by the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) . . . .".
Footnote 13. Death Penalty Information Center (2013) The Innocence List. Available at www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/innocence-list-those-freed-death-row . Accessed January 6, 2013.
a. Been acquitted of all charges related to the crime that placed them on death row, or
b. Had all charges related to the crime that placed them on death row dismissed by the prosecution, or
c. Been granted a complete pardon based on evidence of innocence."