Re: NYTimes.com Article: An Innocent Man Goes Free 33 Years After Conviction

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From: Chuck Murcko (chuck@topsail.org)
Date: Sun Feb 04 2001 - 22:11:35 PST


33+ years ago, Lyndon B. Johnson was president.

So is the parallel that they are both Texans? 8^)

On Friday, February 2, 2001, at 03:21 PM, khare@w3.org wrote:

> This article from NYTimes.com
> has been sent to you by khare@w3.org.
>
> Holy shit. Aren't we glad we have electric-W in the chair these days...!
>
> Not.
>
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> An Innocent Man Goes Free 33 Years After Conviction
>
> February 2, 2001
>
> By CAREY GOLDBERG
>
> BOSTON, Feb. 1 Thirty-three years, two months and five days.
>
> That is how long Peter Limone sat in prison, pinned by a murder
> conviction that just last month, after many appeals, was finally
> vacated.
>
> For four years of that prison time, Mr. Limone was on death row.
> His wife eked out a living by sewing, and visited him faithfully
> twice a week, convinced of his innocence. His four children grew up
> and began having children of their own; he had a heart attack. His
> middle years passed, they all passed, inside.
>
> ...snip...
Chuck Murcko
Topsail Group
http://www.topsail.org/


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