How many people are in jail at the hand of crooked cops?

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Former Chicago police sergeant Ronald Watts, right, leaves the Dirksen U.S. Courthouse after being sentenced to 22 months in prison for stealing thousands of dollars from a purported drug courier who turned out to be an informant for the FBI in an undercover sting. (Phil Velasquez, Chicago Tribune)

Joshua Tepfer, an attorney for The Exoneration Project joins Roe Conn, Anna Davlantes, and Mike Monico to talk about his client’s claims that he was setup by two dirty cops, and he might not be the only one.

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