After 15 years on death row, freedom

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  1. Crabtownboy

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    Confession does not always mean guilty. This fellow was lucky. Others have not been lucky.

     
  2. Deacon

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    After 15 years the main lesson he should have learned was that confessing to a crime has consequences too.

    Rob
     
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    I learned from this that there can be people free in society who need to be on death row because some idiot covered for them by confessing to a crime someone else committed. You can't blame the system for this one, or use it as an anti death penalty argument.
     
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    He isn't just "lucky".

    He is also stupid.

    If he had been executed, he would have gotten exactly what he asked for.

    Suicide by state.
     

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