Anita Alvarez’s unflattering ’60 Minutes’ interview

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Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez sat down with ’60 Minutes’ in a segment that aired on national TV this weekend. In it, she suggests that necrophilia was a possible reason why the DNA of an uncharged serial rapist was found in a victim’s body, while someone else who gave a confession was charged with the murder.

The piece talks about Cook County leading the nation in false confessions.

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