Tearful ex-Texas DA says wrongful conviction was his 'worst nightmare,' but denies misconduct

  • Article by: WILL WEISSERT , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 8, 2013 - 4:29 PM
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nomedsFeb. 10, 1311:28 AM

Anderson should be sentenced to life in prison and should be made to pay restitution of at least $5 million to Morton. But just like anything else the elite will avoid any penalties.

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martin64Feb. 11, 1312:30 PM

Let the DA put a price for 25 years of an innocent persons life.

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mgmckeFeb. 14, 1312:25 AM

Another perfect example of why we need to outlaw the death penalty. Though rare, any possibility of this type of wrongful conviction completely outweighs the justification of death as a punishment.

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