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- (10-24-09) Report: Willingham at center of anti-death penalty march Saturday In a story on its online newspaper, the Waco Tribune-Herald reports the execution of Cameron Todd Willingham will be at the center of a rally Saturday in Austin. waco attorney Walter Reaves Jr. was Willingham's attorney during his final appeals.
- (10-20-09) Ex-governor White urges rethink of death penalty Former Texas Gov. Mark White said he believes it's time that the state reconsider its use of capital punishment because — among other reasons — the risk of putting innocent people to death is too great.
- (10-18-09) New Yorker author responds to Kuykendall affidavit David Grann, author of a lengthy article in The New Yorker magazine questioning the arson investigation in the Cameron Todd Willingham case has responded
- (10-15-09) VIDEO: Willingham attorney appears on CNN Embedded video from CNN Video
- (10-15-09) Affidavits dispute claims of innocence Two affidavits have been released by the City of Corsicana that seem to dispute the declarations in the national media that Cameron Todd Willingham was innocent when he was executed in 2004 for murdering his three daughters
- (10-14-09) Perry: Willingham ‘a monster’ A man put to death in 2004 for killing his three children was “a monster,” and suggestions that he may have been innocent are anti-death penalty propaganda, Gov. Rick Perry said Wednesday.
(10-14-09) Perry: Washington bad, Willingham prosecution good
Gov. Rick Perry fired up a friendly crowd of real estate agents at a luncheon that sounded and felt like a campaign rally.
- (10-12-09) Perry’s office won’t release expert’s report Gov. Rick Perry’s office says its comments or analyses of an attorney’s attempt to stop an execution based on an arson expert’s opinion are not public records and is refusing to release the documents, a newspaper reported Sunday.
- (10-09-09) Texas forensics panel shake-up continues Gov. Rick Perry has further shaken up a state panel that was set to review a report concluding that a faulty arson investigation led to a Texas inmate's execution,
- (10-07-09) Science commissioners urged Perry to keep chairman Some members of a forensics commission investigating whether Texas executed an innocent man wrote to Gov. Rick Perry urging him not to replace the panel’s chairman — advice the governor overruled.
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