Monday, April 30, 2007

Capital Fraud

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A California death row investigator pleaded guilty on Monday to falsifying evidence in a bid to help spare the life of four condemned inmates, including one who has led a major challenge to the legality of lethal injection.

Kathleen Culhane, 40, who worked in private practice and earlier as an investigator for a San Francisco center that represents indigent death row inmates, admitted to four counts of perjury, forgery and falsifying documents.

She is expected to get a sentence of five years in prison, Brown's office said.
5 years!!
Can we make her pay the state's cost in redoing all these cases?
Can we execute all those killers/rapists that walked free because of her criminal acts?

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