Resident of Detroit, who was arrested by mistake, was awarded $3.5 million compensation
Resident of Detroit Marvin Silsoe, which six years ago was mistakenly arrested and sent to jail, awarded compensation in the amount of $3.5 million On 30 July wrote to the newspaper Detroit Free Press.
Police arrested Silsa in the workplace January 24, 2012. It took for Roderick Sinera, who in 2010 attempted murder, using the alias “Marvin Sils”.
Police officer Thomas Bercot issued a warrant for the arrest of Salsa. He stated that all his documents can be forged, and he has no proof that he really is not the Rodrick Siner. He was sent to the jail of Wayne County, where he spent two weeks awaiting trial. In jail he also no one believed.
1 Feb Sils went to court where the guy Siner made an attempt in 2010, said that the police had got the wrong man, and Sils nothing like the attacker. Silta was released in the courtroom, and the case against him was closed.