http://www.jsonline.com/news/state/apr03/137024.asp Christopher Ochoa confessed in Texas to a rape and murder he didn't commit. He felt it was the only way to save himself from execution in a state known for its high execution rate. "For a year, I kept telling my defense attorney I was not guilty. He kept insisting I should plead guilty to avoid the death penalty," Ochoa said said yesterday in Madison, Wi., at a symposium on innocence and the death penalty, the Milwaukee . . .
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