A murder solved, 23 years later How Missing Man's Family Finds 2 days ago   13:03

Share
Vox
Vox
Watch Part 1: https://ufl.ae/videow/aym1Pl-R02s
And Part 2: https://ufl.ae/videow/ruyniwAh93e

Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO

To learn more about this topic:
The Cadaver King and the County Dentist by Radley Balko and Tucker Carrington: https://www.amazon.com/Cadaver-King-Country-Dentist-Injustice-ebook/dp/B01NCHP7XH/ref=sr_1_1
Cops in Lab Coats by Sandra Guerra Thompson: https://www.amazon.com/Cops-Lab-Coats-Convictions-Laboratories/dp/1611635292/ref=sr_1_1
The 2009 NAS report "Strengthening Forensic Science": https://www.nap.edu/catalog/12589/strengthening-forensic-science-in-the-united-states-a-path-forward
The 2016 Obama administration report: https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/sites/default/files/microsites/ostp/PCAST/pcast_forensic_science_report_final.pdf
"The Shifted Paradigm: Forensic Sciences's Overdue Evolution from Magic to Law": https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2572480


False Positive is a 30-minute documentary, split into three episodes and produced by Vox Senior Producer Joss Fong, focusing on the conviction of Robert Lee Stinson. Stinson spent 23 years in a Wisconsin prison for murder after two forensic odontologists concluded that his teeth matched bite marks found on the body of the victim.

False Positive looks at the structural and cultural factors that have made the U.S. criminal justice system susceptible to unreliable forensic science, and that continue to impede progress toward more reliable methods today.

Watch all three parts of this mini-series:

Part 1: https://ufl.ae/videow/aym1Pl-R02s
Part 2: https://ufl.ae/videow/ruyniwAh93e
Part 3: https://ufl.ae/videow/-1o8Dg0dtia

Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com.

Watch our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE
Follow Vox on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
Or Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H
MailFootballSoccer

Comments 1340 Comments

Vox
July 2019 UPDATE: To read about the resolution of Stinson's lawsuit, read this article from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/local/milwaukee/2019/07/11/milwaukee-pay-7-5-million-wrongfully-convicted-man/1673834001/
RustytheEditor
Down the YouTube rabbit hole is see.. hmmm......
versa graphic
Great work Joss!
Ezequiel S.
Racist America!
aalayja E
Honestly many people in the comments are complaining about the amount of money he's getting. But I feel in my heart that this guy is more worried about the years he could never get back and you can't put a price on life it's precious.
aalayja E
Sadly, without even clicking the video I knew it was a black man.
lillithdv8
Omg what an outrage
James Lim
Milwaukee will pay Stinson $7.5 million, still no where close to what he deserves.
Philip Maximuse
Gotta give the real killer some respect for apologizing to Robert.
louiiso
Is It Just Me Or Does 5:41 Sound Like Baby Im Yours Is About To Play
John K.
This channel is soo good.
the peanut
11:59 tryna act like its his fault he was in prison no its the governments fault hes in prison its his fault for commiting the crime thats it
40K Zulu
I would sue everyone
T Pain
At least he got a unforgettable and infinite *I TOLD YOU SO*
pass forever
Rabbitplays Media
He should have gotten a mill for each year he was in not just 7mill
Sena Cresena
Thank you for the video. Very informative.
sealpaws
I find it strange how the man who actually committed the murder seemed to be more apologetic then the “experts” who got robert locked up in the first place.
Morgz The Defaultdancer
I think the police at the end tries to blame the real murderer that it's his fault that he didn't step up to the police and admitted it was him, but it was just the fault of the juridic system. The dental marks weren't reliable, and the court should've known better.
Skepzie
why bc he black 😓
joek money
The only error was this man being black 😞😞😞😞😞😞 it’s a sad fact. If Robert was white this wouldn’t have happened
Add Reply

How Missing Man's Family Finds A murder solved, 23 years later 2 days ago   08:08

Share
Richard Hoagland's wife and kids had no idea what happened to him after he disappeared in 1993 until he was found living in Florida.

Related Videos