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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Big break in Mo. Death Row case?

Supporters of Reginald Clemons, who is on Missouri's Death Row for a 1991 rape and murder, hope that evidence from a rape kit will help prove Clemons is innocent. According to St. Louis police, that evidence has always been available, but neither prosecutors nor defense attorneys had apparently reviewed it, the Post-Dispatch reports. It's not clear if the evidence has been DNA tested.

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