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David Protess: Texas Finally Agrees to DNA Testing for Condemned Man. What Took So Long?

huffingtonpost.com (2 years and 1 month ago)

Jun 4, 2012

Since Oct. 9, 2001, when Henry "Hank" Skinner's lawyers filed their first motion for DNA testing, Texas lawmen have stood in the way, saying Skinner is guilty and his request is simply a stalling tactic. Turns out the lawmen were stalling. full story

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