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Published on Nov 21, 2010
The murder of 11-year-old Lesley Molseed in West Yorkshire in 1975 led to a 16 year miscarriage of justice, and it took a further 15 years before the real killer was caught. Stefan Kiszko spent 16 years in prison before it was proved he could not have been guilty, and the police went back to square one. Eventually the real killer was brought to justice - but he had lived with what he'd done for three decades, knowing that his actions had destroyed the lives of not only Lesley's family but also Kiszko's.