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Saturday, March 13, 2010

Platte Co. native helps free innocent man


If you get a minute, be sure to read Glenn Rice's story about Jane Cox Williams, a church volunteer who helped free Josh Kezer, a wrongly convicted man. Williams, who lives in Columbia, is a Platte County native. While volunteering at a prison, she became friends with Kezer and helped find lawyers to fight for him. (The case against Kezer had more holes than a corpse in a Tarantino film.) More here.

Hat Tip: Many thanks, Keith G in PV!


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