Commenting on the outcome of the case, lawyer Wolf Mueller stated that the court ruled in favor of his client on February 15 after it was revealed that a police officer had blacked out critical evidence related to the murder and wounding.

Describing the evidence tampering as "appalling", the court ordered Ansari, who was proven innocent, to pay $10 million in compensation after serving 6 years in prison.

It was stated that the court reached this decision after it was determined that the police, who were worried that the murder suspect, who was alleged to be a drug dealer, would harm his family, had tampered with the evidence.

Ansari was found guilty in the incident that resulted in the death of a 15-year-old girl named "Ileana Cuevas" and the injury of 2 people.

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Ansari, who was sentenced to life imprisonment in Detroit in 2013, was found not guilty in 2019.