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  • See how easy it is to be falsely identified like Richard Jones was

    Tricia Bushnell, executive director of the Midwest Innocence Project in Kansas City, shows how suspects can be falsely identified through the process of mug shot identification and a better way to show witnesses suspect photos.

See how easy it is to be falsely identified like Richard Jones was

Tricia Bushnell, executive director of the Midwest Innocence Project in Kansas City, shows how suspects can be falsely identified through the process of mug shot identification and a better way to show witnesses suspect photos.
David Eulitt and Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star