Texas Governor Perry has replaced three state commission members that were investigating the state's execution of a man who now seems to have been innocent, two days before the commission was going to hold an open hearing about the case.
Today's development and some background:
Very lengthy and disturbing New Yorker article that convinced me that Texas did indeed kill and innocent man, and furthermore, they should have known they were doing so:
Now I know this is Texas, but I have to imagine that Perry's move is only going to make this story a bigger deal than it already was. What consequences should a State and its agents face [if any] in a case like this?