COMMENTARY: "The truth is sometimes inconvenient," by Jim Delmore, published by The Post Register on March 31 2017.

GIST: "Inconvenient truths here in our city, and in the world at large, have caused people to bury their heads further into the sand, writes Jim Delmore. The recent news has been full of people denying inconvenient truths at the local, state and federal levels. The most recent local example is the release of Chris Tapp while leaving him with a murder conviction on his record and with no recourse to recover any money for the 20 years he spent behind bars. The inconvenient truth is that he was convicted due to a false confession extracted under threat of execution. It would be very embarrassing to own up to this fact. It would also be inconvenient to have to pay a settlement for 20 years behind bars."

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