Isn’t that convenient?

Alabama Supreme Court delays execution of Thomas Arthur; state can’t find rape kit evidence- al.com

They lost potentially exculpatory evidence. Just lost it. Funny how that happens.

It never ceases to amaze me how (mostly conservative) prosecutors are so opposed to the idea of actually checking evidence to see if people are actually guilty. I mean, “Troy King” is a bloodthirsty lunatic, but you would think most people would prefer that, if we’re going to kill people, that we kill the right ones. But I guess not.

2 responses to “Isn’t that convenient?

  1. e. nonee moose

    So if I’m reading this right, if she had sex with a man that day who was not her husband and not Thomas Arthur then it could mean she’s covering up for the real killer who was in fact her lover and not a burglar.

    Sound plausable?

  2. Yep. The man who confessed on Tuesday says that he was having an affair with her.

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