Was Anthony Porter guilty all along? Anita Alvarez says she’ll look into it.
A former Medill student writes about the death of a prisoner he tried to free.
Anthony McKinney, whose innocence petition led to David Protess’s ouster from Medill, dies in prison.
Did Willie Donald do it? The Medill Innocence Project no longer cares.
Former Medill Innocence Project student resigns under fire from Politico
News used to be dispensed by an identifiable priesthood. Welcome to the reformation.
Will the judge who invoked the Illinois shield law to protect Loyola students do the same for Medill’s?
David Protess calls for “independent review”
Northwestern accuses David Protess of serious deceptions
How a legal storm capsized a petition to free a man who’s been imprisoned for three decades.
The state’s attorney’s office presented its case Tuesday for getting lots more information out of Medill about the investigation by that school’s Innocence Project into a 1978 murder of a security guard in Harvey. But if getting to the bottom of the long-past murder is what’s uppermost in the office’s mind, that’s hard to make […]