A rape victim mistakenly accused Ronald Cotton of being her attacker. He served eleven years in prison before DNA evidence exonerated him. They both join Diane to present their joint memoir of injustice and forgiveness


  • Ronald Cotton lives and works in North Carolina and has been a frequent speaker at schools and conferences.
  • Jennifer Thompson-Cannino is a homemaker and an activist against mistaken eyewitness identification and capital punishment.

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