Citing police torture, judge orders convicted murderer freed

CHICAGO (AP) — A Cook County judge on Thursday cited alleged torture by Chicago police for freeing a man who spent 21 years in prison for two 1997 murders.

Police allegedly used an industrial-strength paper-cutter to slice off the toes of Jaime Hauad’s shoes and threatened to cut off the then 17-year-old’s toes if he didn’t confess to the murders of alleged gang members Jason Goral and Jose Morales.

The Illinois Torture Inquiry and Relief Commission determined last year that

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