Groundbreaking Study Questions Execution of Possibly-Innocent Texas Man

A brutal murder, two similar-looking suspects, and a death sentence. For Jim Liebman, these three ingredients became the catalyst for exposing one of the judicial system's greatest risks: executing an innocent person. In a new book-length study written by Liebman, a Columbia law professor, and six of his students and published in the Columbia Human Rights Law Review, the decision to execute Carlos De Luna for the 1983 murder of a Corpus Christi gas station attendant is called into question...Full Story
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