Cameron Todd Willingham’s guilt or innocence should be a matter of evidence explored, not death penalty politics debated.
The evidence thus far says faulty arson claims were used to convict the Corsicana man for setting fire to his house and killing his three young daughters. Prosecutorial misconduct also may have contributed to Willingham’s conviction, according to evidence presented last week by the Innocence Project.
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