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Texan exonerated from death row goes after prosecutor

07.03.2014 16:16

After surviving 18 years in prison and avoiding execution twice for murders he was eventually exonerated of, Anthony Graves of Texas is now going after the prosecutor who originally convicted him.

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Bahu Virupaksha 27.03.2014 03:24

Obviously the racial profile of Mr Graves has gone against him.

 

Reader 25.03.2014 19:50

“This matter’s over.” -Sebesta told the Times. This golden tongued, arrogant, and torturing muderer in a suit probably made similar statements frequently to those he was prosecuting....Let us hope this psychopath dies in the same cell as his victim. It would be only a token gesture under this corrupt judicial branch but a drop of water in the desert is still a drop of water.

 

Jerry Calvert 09.03.2014 04:53

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Fred 08.03.2014 10:12

Carter was executed for the murders...case closed now. How or why did carter and graves know each other for "guilt by association" to even happen? Did they know each other? Carter (a black man) testified against graves, but it's the prosecutors' fault? This has a real obvious stench.

 

Gary Snyder 08.03.2014 08:06

Another example of why capital punishment is a bad idea. Someone owes this guy his life back. In this type of case, the person should be taken care of and live well for the rest of their lives.

 

John Baxter 08.03.2014 01:23

Barber Danny 07.03.2014 20:23

I believe it is due time that the court system/prosecuting attorneys are held accountable for the lives they destroy on a Daily basis.
Anytime they need more money they send their worker bees to collect people for profit!! We call them police

  


WE LL said!

 

Barber Danny 07.03.2014 20:23

I believe it is due time that the court system/prosecuting attorneys are held accountable for the lives they destroy on a Daily basis.
They should have to reimburse a person for being drug through the court system when they are found to be NOT GUILTY.
People go to jail on faults charges,they loose their jobs,housing,cars ect and have to hire attorneys in order to get them out of trouble .Do not forget about bail.that is also never reimbursed by the courts.The system is a huge scam on the american people Anytime they need more money they send their worker bees to collect people for profit!! We call them police

 

Droo 07.03.2014 19:58

If You are black in TX then you are guilty! No matter what he does now, nothing will happen. A black innocent man against a white prosecuted (ex)? No chance! That's the true law in the south.

 

greg geitner 07.03.2014 18:44

mr graves- your fortitude and bravery is an inspiration to me. although i can only empathize my heart is with you

 

Mike Littlefield 07.03.2014 18:33

Courts in america have nothing to do with justice - it's all about winning cases.

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