Houston DNA Questions Put Capital Case In Doubt

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Questions about the Houston Police Department’s DNA lab work have complicated another capital murder conviction, the Houston Chronicle says. Franklin DeWayne Alix was convicted in 1998 of a murder that prosecutors say was part of a six-month crime spree that included four killings, two rapes, and eight robberies. Jurors quickly sentenced Alix to death after
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