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Friday, June 7 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
48 Hours “Guilty Until Proven Innocent”: The Battle To Clear Darryl Pinkins And Roosevelt Glenn

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When 48 Hours correspondent Maureen Maher first met Darryl Pinkins he was in prison for a crime he claimed he did not commit. Maher says she had met a lot of prisoners who claimed to be innocent but Pinkins was different.

Maureen Maher and 48 Hours producer Judy Rybak were there to see Darryl Pinkins released from prison on April 25, 2016. They watched as the District Attorney, who had fought for 25 years to keep him behind bars, apologized and told Maureen that he was wrong. Then, weeks later, the call came that Darryl’s co-defendant Roosevelt Glenn had been exonerated as well. Glenn had served 17 years behind bars.

How did it get to that? When Maureen sat down to interview retired Detective Mike Solan about the role he played in sending two innocent men to prison she wasn’t expecting a fight, but that’s what she got. Despite the fact that both men’s names had been cleared Solan still thought he was right -- and Maureen was forced to push him for answers.

Come hear Maureen, Darryl and Roosevelt share their personal experiences and observations of this history-making case, and get inside information about Maureen’s interviews with the people who put these men behind bars.

Speakers
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Darryl Pinkins

I was born in Gary, Indiana on August 19, 1952, to Mildred and Braxton Pinkins Jr.As a child, I attended Fredrick Douglass elementary school in Gary, Indiana. After that, I went on to attend Beckman Jr. High School, Tolleston High School, and West Side High School until my graduation... Read More →
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Roosevelt Glenn

Roosevelt Glenn is a resident of Indiana who advocated for improvements to Indiana’s compensation law, passed in May 2019. Mr. Glenn was exonerated in 2017 through the work of the Indiana University Wrongful Conviction Clinic. After serving 17 years in prison, 1 year on parole and... Read More →
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Maureen Maher

Correspondent, 48 Hours
A contributing correspondent for 48 Hours since 2003, Maureen has been with CBS News since 1997, covering a wide variety of news across the globe, including award-winning investigations into International Adoption, the Hollywood Ripper, Michael Gargiulo and the most recent explosion... Read More →


Friday June 7, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Ballroom (Grand Ballroom A-D)

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