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D.C. Judge Releases Man Wrongfully Imprisoned for 28 Years: Expresses Anger over Faulty FBI Analysis

washington-dc-map2By Allan Lengel
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WASHINGTON — A D.C. judge on Tuesday angrily criticized the government for relying on  erroneous testimony of an FBI analyst in a case in which a man was imprisoned for 28 years for a rape/murder he didn’t commit, the Washington Post reported.

D.C. Superior Court Judge Fred B. Ugast ordered Donald Eugene Gates, 58, released after DNA evidence showed someone else killed Catherine Schilling, 21, a Georgetown University student in the city’s sprawling Rock Creek Park in 1981.

The FBI analyst incorrectly linked two hairs belonging to an African American to Gates. They were found on the victim, the Post reported.

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