A man was sentenced to almost five decades in prison after a woman accused him of sexually assaulting her after she returned home from a night out town.
Clarence Moses-EL was convicted of sexual assault in 1988 and he was sentenced to 48 years in jail.
A day after the ordeal, the woman pointed out Moses-EL as her attacker, adding his face came to her in a dream.
Her identification of Moses-EL led to a guilty verdict but he maintained his innocence throughout.
However, according to MAILONLINE, Moses-EL was unsuccessful in his attempts to appeal the verdict, and his battle became harder after the Denver police disposed of the DNA evidence.
Briefly.co.za learned Moses-EL had his big break when the real alleged suspect, L.C. Jackson, sent him a letter in jail.
According to Jackson, he had intercourse with the woman the same night she accused Moses-EL of sexually assaulting her.
He said he got angry with her during intercourse and he punched her in the face. However, according to reports, Jackson was found guilty in 1992 of the sexual assault of two women near the house of the woman who falsely accused Moses-EL.
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