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Posted: Fri AM, Nov 16, According to Harrison, McCraney had not shared a cell with anyone since he was incarcerated in March. Once in the cell, Harrison said, Gissendanner told McCraney that police wanted to use him as an informant in his case. The following week, Gissendanner entered an Alford plea in his own case that allowed him to be immediately freed instead of waiting for a new trial, which had been granted in by the Dale County Circuit court. She confirmed that police asked Gissendanner if he had incriminating information about McCraney.

She said he told them that he did not. Informants are the leading cause of wrongful convictions in capital cases. A report by the Center on Wrongful Convictions at Northwestern University Law School found that more than 45 percent of all wrongful capital convictions are due to criminal informants. In , USA Today investigative reporter Brad Heath revealed that a jailhouse informant in Atlanta ran a scheme where he sold information to other prisoners that they could then offer to federal agents to receive reduced sentences for themselves.

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She added that the use of informants can derail an otherwise strong case. A county judge will rule on the motion on Aug. According to Harrison, the case is not expected to go to trial for at least 18 months. Maybe we can sleep at night then. Vaidya Gullapalli Nov 07, Vaidya Gullapalli Nov 06, Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg. Vaidya Gullapalli Nov 04,