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June 23, 2006

Proof of an innocent man executed?

As detailed in this website from the Chicago Tribune, the paper this weekend will begin a three-part series contending that the State of Texas in 1989 executed Carlos De Luna for a crime he did not commit.  According to the website, the case will also be the subject of a report on tonight's broadcast of ABC's "Nightline" program.  (Hat tip How Appealing.)

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