I do know and understand that many people believe that this case is a wrongful conviction case, however, here on my blog, the victim – Hae Min Lee is the real focus. She is the one that needs to be remembered. It does not matter if you believe Adnan is innocent or guilty, please don’t forget Hae Min Lee. Comment all you want, but you need to mention her as well. Please remember that she was a human being who was brutally murdered and did not deserve what happened to her, no matter who did it. Her family and friends love and miss her every single day. So please be respectful.
**Update 6/30/2016** Adnan Syed will get a new trial. A date for the trial has not been set yet.
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Last Name: SYED
First Name: ADNAN
Date of Birth: 05/21/1980
DOC ID: 293908
North Branch Correctional Institution
Address: 14100 McMullen Highway, SW, Cumberland, MD 21502
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