The Hardest Cases: When Children Die, Justice Can Be Elusive

If Lopez is ultimately exonerated, his case will not be unique. An investigation by ProPublica, PBS "Frontline" and NPR has found that medical examiners and coroners have repeatedly mishandled cases of infant and child deaths, helping to put innocent people behind bars. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Gin Ferrara - Jun 27, 2011 - 10:31 PM PDT
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by Gin Ferrara - Jun. 30, 2011

A deep, well-researched story that sheds light on the potential misreadings of autopsies in childhood deaths. The report is well-written and sourced. This is a topic that would rarely get a fair story, as emotions often run high in child deaths, but the reporters keep an even tone, and stay balanced.

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