Wrongful conviction measure: Resident who did time in prison supports bill requiring recordings
"The once wrongly convicted and now freed Floyd Bledsoe thinks his life would have been far different if law enforcement had captured his words and his brother’s words in recordings.
'Detectives interrogated Mr. Lowery for a full day without food or water and denied him a lawyer. He believed that he was not leaving the room until he confessed,' wrote attorney Alice Craig in testimony. She is the supervising attorney for the Paul E. Wilson Project for Innocence and Post-Conviction Remedies at the University of Kansas School of Law."