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More Coverage of Graves Exoneration

“I’m looking forward to the rest of my life.” Reading those words from Anthony Graves gave me chills.   The fact that he spent 18 years behind bars for a […]

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Anthony Graves Exonerated and Released!!!

This just in… Anthony Graves, whose case was featured in Texas Monthly and in the TCADP 2010 Fall Newsletter, has been exonerated and released from the Burleson County Jail, where […]

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Frontline – Death By Fire

Thank you for watching Frontline: Death By Fire and encouraging others to watch it.

If you missed it, you can watch the episode.

New York Times Review

Houston Chronicle Review

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Court of Inquiry Ruling Postponed

On October 14, 2010, State District Judge Charlie Baird convened a court of inquiry into whether Cameron Todd Willingham was wrongfully executed and whether or not state officials committed a crime in how they handled his case prior to the execution.

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Host a Frontline Watch Party

On the evening of October 19, the television program “Frontline,” which airs on PBS, will feature the Willingham case (check your local listings for the exact air time). “Death by Fire” will examine all of the evidence used to convict Willingham and will seek to answer the question of whether Texas executed an innocent man. Sign up now to host a viewing party! TCADP will provide you with materials and action ideas for you and your guests.

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El Paso Hosts Successful Tour with Juan Melendez

From September 25-27, 2010 El Pasoans Against the Death Penalty (EPADP), a chapter of TCADP, was proud to host !La Pena de Muerte No Mas!, a speaking tour featuring Juan Roberto […]

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Anthony Graves – Justice Denied?

TCADP has followed the Anthony Graves case for many years and remains concerned about his wrongful conviction. In 2007, TCADP recognized University of St. Thomas Associate Professor of Communications Nicole […]

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Op Ed: Addressing the Causes of Wrongful Convictions

On Sunday, September 5, 2010, the Houston Chronicle featured a must-read op ed from State Senator Rodney Ellis and Cory Session, the policy director for the Innocence Project of Texas and […]