Wrongly Convicted Former Texas Tech S...

Wrongly Convicted Former Texas Tech Student To Be Honored

There are 2 comments on the KWTX story from Dec 2, 2009, titled Wrongly Convicted Former Texas Tech Student To Be Honored. In it, KWTX reports that:

A former Texas Tech student who was wrongly convicted of rape and then cleared posthumously by DNA evidence will be remembered with a $100,000 scholarship.

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Montague

Zurich, Switzerland

#1 Dec 4, 2009
Ha, the jury, the head investigator, the prosecutor and any other liars including the witneesses, need to be tried and hung for murder in this case.
Peace be with you

Bentonia, MS

#2 Dec 4, 2009
Montague wrote:
Ha, the jury, the head investigator, the prosecutor and any other liars including the witneesses, need to be tried and hung for murder in this case.
I agree with you. So many people in prison for crimes they didn't do. Most people will not believe this. Someday it will happen to someone they care about and they will then understand. Unless your wealthy you don't have a chance.

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