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  • She was convicted in two separate trials.....just sayin'. And not based solely on her confession. A confession is meaningless without corroborating evidence.
    • Linda Joy
      Are you trying to say she was guilty? The DNA evidence is what cleared her... FINALLY! She was only convicted twice because she was exonerated the first time! And I also don't understand the prick sitting in prison knowing he's never going to get out letting someone else sit in prison for 35 years for what he did!
    • Archie Bunker
      I'm not saying she was or wasn't. I'm just saying that she was twice convicted. Is she gonna sue the jurors? The prosecutors? It's unfortunate that she was in prison for something she didn't do. Truly. But what is the remedy? And why would you think that the guy who actually did it would admit to it?
    • Linda Joy
      And because she was railroaded TWICE somehow that makes it better HOW? She should sue her lawyer! Why wouldn't he (guy who did it) admit it? He has nothing more to loose! SHE doesn't have the mental capacity to sue anyone! SOMEONE SHOULD HAVE PROTECTED HER! ok time for a cool change. I've been feeling too good all day to blow it now! But you're right. All I can do right now is pray for them. And that's no small thing.
    • Archie Bunker
      You're hoping that there's some sense of responsibility in the person who actually committed the crime. You'll be waiting a long time for that to happen. A lot of people, not just a criminal, have lost their sense of personal responsibility. And being convicted by two different juries is not being railroaded. Obviously there was something there that convinced 24 people to agree on a guilty verdict.

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