Wednesday, November 23, 2005

First step to death penalty moratorium in Virginia?

The Roanoke paper reports here that Governor Warner is talking about allowing Dr. Blake from the O.J. case to retest the DNA from the Roger Keith Coleman case.

I told somebody a couple of days ago that this testing will soon be done, and someone will interpret the results to say that Coleman was innocent, and the Kaine administration will use that interpretation as the basis upon which to declare a moratorium on the death penalty in Virginia until the date when the criminal justice system is fixed to the point where innocent people will never be convicted; i.e., forever.

Here and here and here are my last three posts about Dr. Blake and the Coleman case.

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