Calvin Ollins was convicted of a murder he did not commit after police coerced confessions from two co-defendants
Calvin Ollins, 14, was one of four men wrongfully convicted of the 1986 rape and murder of medical student Lori Roscetti in Chicago. The convictions resulted primarily from false confessions of two co-defendants, Marcellius Bradford, 17, and Larry Ollins, 16. The fourth wrongfully convicted defendant was Omar Saunders, 18. Calvin and Larry Ollins were cousins. All were exonerated by DNA in 2001.