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‘Junk science’ law exonerates woman of murder

Clip: 11/12/2016 | 1m 56s

A 68-year old Texas woman, who in 1993 was convicted of murder by arson of her uncle, was found not guilty on Wednesday through a new ‘junk science’ law that reopens cases if there is new scientific evidence contradicting the conviction. Alison Stewart reports.

Aired: 11/12/16

Rating: NR

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