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Supreme Court / Death Penalty / Herrera Case #138267

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 04, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(At the Supreme Court: Tim O'Brien) Case coming before the Supreme Court involving the conviction of Leonel Herrera for the murder of two Texas policemen in 1981 that evidence now indicates may have been committed by his brother reviewed. [Raul Herrera's attorney Hector VILLARREAL - says Raul admitted the murders.] Texas law that prevents introduction of new evidence after 30 days noted. [Leonel's attorney Talbot D'ALEMBERTE - says the 8th Amendment is the issue.] [Victim's sister Delia CARRISALEZ CAUDILLO - laments the case being carried on and on.]

O'Brien, Tim;
Sawyer, Forrest

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