Hearing in Austin could lead to DNA exoneration
LUBBOCK, Texas _ For Tim Cole's family, a return to a courtroom this week renews hope they've clung to since he was convicted of rape more than two decades ago.
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#1 Feb 5, 2009
Question: There is no simple legal channel to formally exonerate someone who has died?
Answer: Create one. NOW!
Hasn't Tim Cole been abused enough?
How about enlisting the aid of the person (and I use that term loosely) who convicted him, former prosecutor Jim Bob Darnell. From some news reports he "regrets what happened". His regrets simply are not good enough!
His actions cost the life of an innocent man.
I wonder if he sleeps at night. Frankly, I hope he doesn't.
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