Remember that David Grann piece in the New Yorker that asked whether Texas had executed an innocent man? Texas Governor Rick Perry replaced the chairman and two members of a commission set to hear evidence in the case. The new chairman appointed by Perry cancelled the hearing. A spokesman for the governor told the New York Times the reappointments were “business as usual.” Sounds that way, Texas.
Yep. Sounds Like Business as Usual.
Monica is a reporter who lives in Washington D.C.
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