This week: Wrongful Conviction
The Tip of the Iceberg
Monday, May 6. Randolph Arledge walked out of prison in February 2013. He was finally a free man. Arledge never claimed to be a nice guy. At the time of his 1984 conviction for stabbing a Texas woman to death he was serving time in Tennessee for armed robbery. Two of his criminal buds testified that Arledge admitted to the killing. Keep reading
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