John Klene was convicted of a murder he did not commit based on an eyewitness who refused to identify him at trial, and on the word of a drug-addicted, lying snitch who was allowed to get away with another murder. The conviction came despite evidence of John’s alibi, offered by honest witnesses.
In October 2012, Innocence Matters first presented John Klene’s case of innocence.
One of Many Alibi Witnesses
How much more is needed before the government is willing to admit they got this one wrong? How many more days must John serve for a crime he did not commit?
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