It's the worst nightmare of anyone wrongfully accused of a crime: they know they're not guilty, but the justice system rules otherwise. Investigation Discovery's new special, "I DIDN'T DO IT"
, exposes one such catastrophic conviction with the story of Christopher Ochoa and Richard Danziger, Texas teens condemned for murdering 20-year-old Nancy DePriest in 1988. Under pressure by interrogators, Ochoa falsely confessed to the crime and also implicated Danziger, eventually earning them each a life sentence. It was later discovered, after a true confession from already-convicted murderer Achim Marino, that Ochoa's admission of guilt was coerced and neither he nor Danziger were involved in DePriest's murder. (Source:
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