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  • Wrongfully Convicted-Sales Tax
    AP22376951_000001
    Wrongfully Convicted-Sales Tax
    01/26/2009
    Nati Harnik/AP/SIPA
    FILE - In this Jan 26, 2009 file photo, four of the six people known as the Beatrice Six, from left, James Dean, JoAnn Taylor, Thomas Winslow, and Debra Shelden, right, applaud during a reception in Lincoln, Neb. A Nebraska county that owes more than $30 million to six people wrongfully convicted of murder has approved a new half-cent sales tax to help pay the legal judgment, but the former prisoners will still have to wait at least six years to collect the full amount they’re owed. (AP...

  • Wrongfully Convicted-Sales Tax
    AP22376951_000002
    Wrongfully Convicted-Sales Tax
    02/19/2009
    Nati Harnik/AP/SIPA
    FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009, file photo, Joseph White, left, one of six people wrongly convicted of the rape and murder of Helen Wilson in 1985, is hugged by Rachel Morgan, daughter of Ada Joann Taylor, another member of the "Beatrice Six," right, following his testimony before the Judiciary Committee in Lincoln, Neb. A Nebraska county that owes more than $30 million to six people wrongfully convicted of murder has approved a new half-cent sales tax to help pay the legal judgment,...