In 1963, a 17th-year-old Indiana youth named Robert J. Dowlut reportedly confessed to police -- amid a pile of evidence -- that he'd killed a local woman. The next year, a jury of his peers heard the case and found Dowlut guilty. What happened next?
A) He died in the electric chair.
B) He lived a long life and is currently the chief lawyer for the National Rifle Association.
For the answer, read this remarkable piece in Mother Jones.