Exonerated Texas Inmate On Republican Debate: “How Can You Applaud Death?”

Anthony Graves is one of 12 Texas death row inmates exonerated since 1973.

Graves spent 18 years in prison and 12 years on death row as a convicted murder. In 2010 his conviction was overturned and he was released…

Graves says he was stunned at the governor’s comments because he was exonerated less than a year ago. “I was exonerated from the very same system that he is boasting about. He’s a politician, but I’m an exoneree and I think I know more about the subject.”

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