Prosecutor “Sorry” For 19-Year False Imprisonment

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Through the negotiations last week that led to Darryl Hunt’s release, Winston-Salem, N.C., District Attorney Tom Keith appeared to be clinging to old theories that could tie Hunt to the 1984 murder of Deborah Sykes, the Winston-Salem Journal says. But in an interview, Keith all but apologized for the mistakes that led to Hunt’s imprisonment,
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