After serving 28 years of a 48-year sentence, Clarence Moses-EL will finally be a free man.
It was only after another man confessed to the crime, that his innocence was confirmed.
His conviction came as a result of evidence given in court by a woman who said that she had dreamed that he carried out the attack.
Can you imagine anything more horrific than being imprisoned for 28 years for a crime that you did not commit?
That is what happened to Clarence Moses-EL after he was convicted of r*ping a woman in 1988.
The woman claimed, before a judge, that she had dreamed that he had assaulted her.
Incredibly, he was sentenced to 48 years in prison based on her “dreamy” evidence despite protesting his innocence.
A Surprise Confession From The Perpetrator
He was released halfway through his sentence because the real r*pist confessed to the crime.
Clarence received a letter from the man who had initially been a suspect.
It contained a surprise confession to the r*pe and proved the innocence of a man who had been wrongly accused.
There are several perplexing facts about this case.
For a start, Clarence was not the first person that the woman identified.
She had initially identified another man, Jackson, as being the r*pist immediately after the incident happened.
After some time, she changed her mind following a dream in which she claims to have seen Clarence’s face.
Ironically, she trusted her dream more than the truth, and the police believed her!
Jackson, the man she had first identified, later confessed to the crime after Clarence had spent 28 years of his life incarcerated for committing the r*pe.
Despite protesting his innocence from the word go, Clarence had no way of proving that he had not r*ped the woman.
He lodged many appeals, but they failed every time.