In 1983, Kenneth Waters was wrongfully convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. His sister Betty Anne Waters, motivated to prove his innocence, went back to school and earned a bachelor’s degree, masters degree, and finally a law degree. After 18 years, her tireless efforts helped secure DNA testing that led to his exoneration and release from prison at the age of 47.
Daily Archives: August 2, 2011
Taipei Times Taiwan
Three years after sparking a human rights controversy, a draft amendment to DNA sample collection regulations has reappeared after the National Police Agency (NPA) recently raised the mater with lawmakers.