'Crime Unseen' at the Museum of Contemporary Photography
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'Charles Irvin Fain'
In her series, "The Innocents," Taryn Simon photographs people wrongly convicted of violent crimes at significant places.
Charles Irvin Fain served 18 years of a death sentence for a murder, rape and kidnapping he did not commit. Simon photographed him at the Snake River in Melba, Idaho, where the victim's body was found in a ditch.