Tag Archives: Debra Masters Baker

Why a Texas “exoneration panel” won’t work.

Editorial: House passes exonerations panel; Senate should follow suit | Dallas Morning News The commission would be named for the late Timothy Cole, an Army veteran and Texas Tech student who was tossed into prison on a bogus rape conviction … Continue reading

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Hey #InnocenceIndustry: Remember Debra Baker, DAMMIT.

How Ken Anderson was released after only five days in jail | http://www.statesman.com Former prosecutor [and district court judge] Ken Anderson was released from jail today after serving just half of his 10-day sentence for contempt of court in connection … Continue reading

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(An incomplete) Dissent by Chief Judge Kozinski, USA v Kenneth R Olsen.

(An incomplete) Dissent by Chief Judge Kozinski, USA v Kenneth R Olsen. Judge Kozinski is being congratulated on the content of his dissent, although Brady v Maryland (1963) and Connick v Thompson (2011) aren’t the only Supreme Court of the … Continue reading

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The The Ken Anderson prosecutorial “accountability” lie, retold by LA Times.

Texas ex-prosecutor’s sentence sends warning on wrongful convictions – latimes.com Anderson agreed to serve nine days in jail, resign from the bench and surrender his law license … “I am guardedly optimistic that we’ll see more courts of inquiry,” said … Continue reading

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Kelly Michael Brady’s 30-60 year sentence rips off MI taxpayers

Man pleads guilty for 1991 homicide in Dearborn | The Detroit News A 45-year-old Florida man who confessed to a 1991 Dearborn homicide last year pleaded guilty of the crime in court this week … Brady pleaded guilty under a … Continue reading

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Documentary Demonstrates that Michael Morton’s Case is Not Unique

Originally posted on Wrongful Convictions Blog:
Michael Morton’s remarkable story of wrongful conviction for the 1986 murder of his wife Christine, his 25 years of incarceration, and his exoneration, will be told to a national audience when the documentary “An…

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@HuffingtonPost, consider the @innocence source: rewrite; reveal Debra Masters Baker related homicide [updated]

Update 12/28/16: I was grateful today to belatedly learn that Mark Norwood was found guilty of Debra Masters Baker homicide on September 23, 2016 [http://kxan.com/2016/09/23/closing-arguments-jury-deliberation-expected-friday-in-norwood-trial-day-9/]. This undoubtedly gave Ms Baker’s family the best holidays they’d had in years, however, this … Continue reading

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@AP is OK with 10 days in jail for costing Michael Morton 25 years of his life, and Debra Masters Baker her very life.

Ex-prosecutor gets jail for wrongful conviction | http://www.mystatesman.com Morton’s attorneys announced afterward there will be an audit of all cases previously handled by Anderson to look for other alleged misconduct … Morton said his only goal since being freed was … Continue reading

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