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4 de Junio de 2007

¿Un hombre inocente en el corredor de la muerte en Georgia? Periodista británico David Rose habla del caso de Carlton Gary y los "Stocking Stranglings”

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En 1986 Gary fue condenado y sentenciado a pena de muerte por tres asesinatos a pesar de que no había evidencias físicas que lo vincularan con los crímenes. La semana pasada un juez federal mantuvo su condena a pesar de la existencia de nuevas evidencias que crean dudas sobre su encarcelamiento. David Rose analiza el caso de Carlton Gary en su nuevo libro "El club del Gran Eddy: Los estrangulamientos con calcetines y la justicia sureña" (The Big Eddy Club: The Stocking Stranglings and Southern Justice).

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