Sundhe Moses and mother Elaine who has waited over 20 years for her son to be exonerated. (@lonniesoury / Twitter)
After more than a decade in prison and years on parole, a New York man wrongfully convicted of murder is finally exonerated of all charges after prosecutors dropped an 18-year-old drug charge.
Sundhe Moses, 43, was only 19-years-old when he was convicted of killing a four-year-old girl during a drive-by shooting in Brooklyn in August 1995, ABC News reported. Moses, the father of an 8-month old baby boy and a student at a local community college at the time of the shooting, was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison after he was beaten by New York police detective Louis Scarcella until he confessed to a crime he did not commit.
Moses was eventually exonerated of the crime last year, but still faced a felony charge of attempted…
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