Prosecutor named in Anderson inquiry
Noted Houston trial lawyer Rusty Hardin has been appointed to act as special prosecutor for the court of inquiry that was convened last month in the Michael Morton case.
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#1 Mar 14, 2012
They ought to stick KEN ANDERSON in there for the same amount of time that Michael was put in there. This County is notorious for pulling crap just like this, and putting people away and pushing for convictions no matter what. granted most people charged with crimes are probably guilty of what they are accused of, but there are times when people are falsely accused and they will do any they can do to keep their conviction. take a rape charge and drop it all the way down to a misdemeanor terroristic threat just to try to keep some kind of conviction. This is ridiculous and these judges and prosecutors that do crooked things like this need to be themselves prosecuted. Ken, I hope you get some pretty severe punishment for what you have done
#2 Mar 26, 2012
I agree jeremy.
#3 Feb 14, 2013
Williamson County is pretty awful. Seems like most of the police are not much more than bullies.
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