Willingham Hearing Delayed


A Texas judge today postponed a scheduled hearing in the case of Cameron Todd Willingham, who was executed in 2004 for allegedly setting a fire that killed his three daughters. The hearing was set to determine whether to hold a court of inquiry in the case, and was delayed after the district attorney of Navarro County, where Willingham was convicted, filed a motion seeking to recuse the judge from the case.

Read more on today’s developments here


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