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Steven Smith was convicted of the murder of Virdeen Willis Jr. Smith was retired again in 1996, mainly due to the testimony of Debrah Caraway, who claimed to have witnessed the murder. Caraway proved to be an unreliable witness and she provided the prosecution with contradicting accounts of the crime.
As a result, Smith was immediately released and is not subject to re-trial. On August 1, 2002, Illinois Governor George Ryan issued a pardon to Smith based on innocence.
Smith is the 11th death row inmate to be freed in Illinois since the death penalty was reinstated and the 9th since 1994. They were arrested four years after the crime.
Both were convicted and Williamson received the death penalty. The Court noted that the lawyer had failed to investigate and present to the jury фруктовый сад онлайн игра с выводом денег fact that another man had confessed to the crime. Recently, DNA tests from the crime scene did not match either Williamson or Fritz, but did implicate Glen Gore, a former suspect in the case. All charges against the two defendants were dismissed on April 15, 1999 and they were released.
Williamson suffers from bipolar depression and has been hospitalized for treatment.
Jones, who was convicted partially on the basis of his confession, testified at trial that the police had beaten the confession out of him.
Jones was a homeless man with an IQ around 80 when he was convicted of the rape and murder. Recent DNA testing revealed that Jones was not the rapist and there was no evidence of any accomplice to the murder.]