Marty Tankleff Case Featured on NPR


Today on WNYC public radio, Innocence Project Staff Attorney Olga Akselrod discussed the case of Long Island man Marty Tankleff, who was convicted in 1990 of killing his parents and has always claimed his innocence. Other guests on the show included a private investigator working on the case and Tankleff’s aunt, the sister of his murdered mother. The Innocence Project has helped Tankleff’s attorneys to present new evidence that can prove his innocence of the crime.

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