http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A37776-2003Sep19.html In an opinion piece in the Washington Post, former FBI Director William Sessions writes: "With 137 post-conviction DNA exonerations now on the books in the United States, I am increasingly concerned about recent news stories that suggest a growing resistance on the part of prosecutors across the country to allow post-conviction DNA testing, even in cases where there is strong evidence of innocence. "There are always reasons -- time, money, bureaucratic obstacles -- that something cannot . . .
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