The Justice Department is Investigating Wrongful Conviction of Englewood 4

Steve Neavling

Four teenagers were convicted of murdering a 30-year-old Chicago woman and sent to prison in 1994.

After evidence surfaced that the teens were innocent, the prosecutor’s office earlier this year released them.

Now the Justice Department wants to know how and why the four teens were convicted, the Associated Press reports.

Cook County officials are cooperating, the AP reported.

The four teens were Michael Saunders, Harold Richardson, Terrill Swift and Vincent Thames. They were convicted of killing Nina Glover of Chicago.

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