What do they mean, "can't figure out how to repair the damage." This is total nonsense. It's pretty easy to figure out what to do but likly complicated in execution. Everyone that was convicted on the basis of any test performed by the crime lab should have their record cleared and if still incarcerated, released. Next, compensation for any lost income, with interest, should be paid, including legal fees. For those who lost a job or could not get a job because of a phony criminal record should likewise be compensated. Folks who were brought to trial or otherwise inconvenienced but not convicted should also be compensated. It's going to be hard to figure compensation for other kinds of damage to people such as psychological damage, broken marriages, etc. Now, some truly guilty who may or may not have been convicted will benefit from this process, but that's better than not being fair to those unfairly treated. Note, I wrote that persons convicted on the basis of a lab test should be cleared but for some cases other evidence may have been more important for prosecution.