Texas Man Declared Innocent After 30-Years Behind Bars

January 4, 2011


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  1. majii on January 4th, 2011 9:54 pm

    The Todd Willingham case is still a concern for many Texans. This guy was executed for committing an arson that resulted in the deaths of his 3 kids. A review of the case by real arson experts from outside the state revealed that the case was handled improperly by individuals who were not arson experts. When this information emerged last year, Perry replaced several members of the board responsible for reviewing the results of the outside investigation. Many think he did it in an attempt to cover his own behind, and possibly, that of the others who bungled the case. Todd Willingham is in his grave, Perry is blocking having the truth become public knowledge, and he seems to have gotten away with it, for now. Texas and many other states need to revamp their justice systems so that the things that happened to Willingham, Dupree, Massengill, and so many others are prevented as much as possible.

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