Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

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Start: Topical Index: Cases: Real Cases: 20th Century:

Cases: Real Cases:

I n f o r m a t i o n

-- »Cornelius Dupree Jr. (born September 22, 1959) is an American who was declared innocent of a 1980 conviction for aggravated robbery, which was alleged to have been committed during a rape in 1979. He was paroled in July 2010 after serving 30 years of a 75-year prison sentence in Texas. Prosecutors cleared him of the crime after a test of his DNA profile did not match traces of semen evidence from the case. Dupree, who was represented by the Innocence Project, spent more time in prison in Texas than any other inmate who was eventually exonerated by DNA evidence.« -- More information: Wikipedia

-- »Anthony Massingill is an American who was convicted in a Dallas, Texas court of a 1979 rape and robbery for which recent DNA test results support his claim of innocence. He was jointly convicted in the case along with Cornelius Dupree who was on January 4, 2011, fully exonerated of the charges. Massingill is being represented by the Texas Wesleyan Innocence Project and is likely to be cleared at a later hearing.« -- More information: Wikipedia

T o p i c a l   I n d e x

Prosecution: Trials: Physical Evidence, Wrong Convictions | Types: General: Rape

B i b l i o g r a p h y

I. Author Index

[Info] Hoston, William T., et al. »Wrongfully Convicted, Rightfully Exonerated: The Lives of Cornelius Dupree Jr. and Anthony Massingill.« Africology 10 (2017): 4-19.

II. Speaker Index