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More Cases Linked To Former Sergeant Ronald Watts Dismissed

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More Cases Linked To Former Sergeant Ronald Watts Dismissed

More Cases Linked To Former Sergeant Ronald Watts Dismissed

Ten men who spent years in prison after being framed by a corrupt Chicago police sergeant now have their names cleared. 

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