Tuesday, May 12, 2009

22 years is a long time

The Innocence Project has a new victory to celebrate: Paul House, convicted and sentenced to death in 1986, has had all charges against him dropped.

"In the three years since the U.S. Supreme Court stepped into this case and sent it back to the trial court, substantial additional DNA testing and further investigation have shown that he is innocent," said Peter Neufeld, the group's co-director. "Each time a layer of this case was peeled away, it revealed more evidence of Paul House's innocence."
Major kudos to the Innocence Project, and a h/t to Glenna & Graham for passing this on.


Kingfish said...

I can't find my bench. How can I make my shoes?

Matt Eichelberger said...


Jane said...

How about a piece on the fraud of class actions and how the culture of a country and it's people will allow the insane simply to conform.

In America it's said Doctors and lawyers are rich people, huh' just so happens they are both used in illegal court actions as are used in any legal matter. This all goes along with " the rich get richer" "they do what they want" " their above the law. etc. etc.

Let's face it if cow pie sandwiches were eaten because the majority said they were good there would be a lot of people with as much sh1t coming out of their mouths as are coming out now in support of the present class insanity. Hell, man even ole Jim the state attorney general is in the act.

Matt Eichelberger said...


What on earth are you talking about?

Anonymous said...

Hi Matt, I guess perhaps not all were victimized by these class actions of fraud as I. My post was in regards to a recent story on Ya'll Politics but mostly this. www.mftms13.wordpress.com

Anonymous said...

Jane is really struggling with those homophones, isn't she? I'm not totally convinced the cow pie sandwich she ate for lunch wasn't past its (not it's) expiration date.