Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Former DA John Bradley: Texas; How justice can catch up with those who administer it. Commentary; Bob Ray Sanders. The Star-Telegram.

COMMENTARY: "DA'S defeat may offer good lesson," by Bob Ray Sanders, published in the Star-Telegram on June 4, 2012.

GIST: "The Innocence Project was the major advocate in both the Morton and Willingham cases. With the organization's help, more than 40 convicted individuals in Texas have been exonerated through DNA testing in the past few years, which makes (John) Bradley's obstinate behavior even more reprehensible. Perhaps now he's learned a valuable lesson, one I hope is taught to a few more district attorneys around the state."

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