Va. justices reject innocence claim in 1995 slaying
RICHMOND, Va. -- The Virginia Supreme Court unanimously refused Friday to exonerate a former Navy SEAL trainee in the abduction and murder of a woman he met at a Virginia Beach nightclub in 1995, ruling another man's confession that he alone strangled the victim was insufficient to prove Dustin Turner was innocent.
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Since: Feb 10
#1 Sep 19, 2011
"Delores Evans said in a telephone interview from her home near Atlanta that the ruling brought justice for her daughter, but no sense of closure for the family."
Closure???? That is just another physco babble term for something that they created to make fools think they need to keep coming back and paying them to find.
The man claimed all along he didnít commit the crime and now the guilty party has admitted he did it.
All this guy is guilty of is helping to dispose of the body. 82 years is more than the murderer is serving. I am not saying to let him off scott free, but 82 years is just ridiculous!
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