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March 31, 2015
By Bill Clutter
Randy Steidl, who spent 17 years on death row prior to his 2004 exoneration and release, became the face of abolition at the State Capitol while lawmakers considered repealing the death penalty.
At the State Capitol, former death row inmate Randy S...
March 21, 2015
Bill Clutter, writing for PI Magazine
The family of Rodney Lincoln, 69, waits nervously for the gift they have been longing for--- a wait that has lasted more than 32 years.
Lincoln had been convicted in 1983 of a brutal murder based on junk science and the e...
From Death Row to Hero
How Randy Steidl Became the Face of Capital Punishment Repeal
Investigating Innocence: new leads point to serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells in Rodney Lincoln case
Two plead guilty in Clay County drug case, avoid murder charge and possible death penalty
January 6, 2015
Officer quits over destroyed items in slaying
October 24, 2014
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