Friday, January 17, 2014
Texas parole board can't handle the truth if it's "I am innocent"
Check out Dallas exoneree Cornelius Dupree's account in Guideposts of what it was like to be denied parole because he wouldn't admit to a crime he did not commit as part of a sex-offender treatment program. The entire piece is compelling and well-written so I won't excerpt it, just go read the whole thing. The article is titled "Nothing but the truth," but it's hard to read it without recalling Jack Nicholson's line from A Few Good Men: