DNA Tests: Tipping Point In Death Penalty Debate?

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The case of Virginia coal miner Roger Keith Coleman, who was executed in 1992 for the 1982 murder of his wife’s sister, is one of a handful of death-penalty cases in which DNA evidence could cast doubt on the guilt of men already executed, the Washington Post reports. Since DNA fingerprinting revolutionized criminal forensics in
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