Friday, September 5, 2014
"Now, with Henry McCollum finally free, some people expect me to feel satisfied, or even happy. The truth is: I am angry."
"I am angry that we live in a world where two disabled boys can have their lives stolen from them, where cops can lie and intimidate with impunity, where innocent people can be condemned to die and where injustice is so difficult to bring to light."
"As I lie awake at night, mulling over the maddening details of this case, I wonder: How many more Henry McCollums are still imprisoned, waiting for help that will never come?"
-- Henry McCollum's attorney, Kenneth Rose, writing in The Washington Post.
Posted by Carl at 5:54 AM