Charges against Morton formally dismissed; inquiry sought on prosecutor's actions

Dec 20, 2011 | Posted by: Mr_Bill | Full story: www.statesman.com

Prosecuter concealed evidence, put him in prison for nearly 25 years

Michael Morton, holding the court order that officially dismisses the murder charge that put him in prison for nearly 25 years, celebrates Monday with attorney Gerry Goldstein at the Williamson County Justice Center in Georgetown.

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How much is 25-years of a persons life worth? The entire state of Texas is not enough to pay for it, but it would be a start, and make those wayward prosecutors and that wrongful judge serve a full 25-yeans each in Huntsville.
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WMCOL wrote:
How much is 25-years of a persons life worth? The entire state of Texas is not enough to pay for it, but it would be a start, and make those wayward prosecutors and that wrongful judge serve a full 25-yeans each in Huntsville.
I totally agree! if you havent already, take a look at the deposition transcripts and documents on the following link:

http://wilcowatchdog.org/

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