Monday, January 10, 2005

Anthony Graves

If you've followed this blog, then you've read about Anthony Graves before.

It's always dangerous to proclaim that a person on death row is innocent. For how does one go about proving innocence, anyway? DNA evidence, for instance, rarely proves it innocence. At most, it tends to disprove a prosecutor's theory of how a crime occurred.

But this case speaks to innocence.

Remember Anthony Graves' name. And while you are at it, remember the name of Charles Sebasta, who put him on death row.

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