Tuesday, January 11, 2005


David Elliot is right that Anthony Graves' case seems to speak to that elusive notion, "actual innocence." Read the story by Harvey Rice at the Houston Chronicle and see for yourself.

BTW, I've
given them a hard time recently, but the Houston Chronicle has been doing a great job covering these issues surrounding possible innocence cases, and their recent hiring of ace reporter Tim Fleck indicates the paper is serious about providing quality coverage. It's showing in their criminal justice reporting.

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