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November 12, 2012

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Avon

So if Adam Frank lives, an innocent man may be executed?
And only if Adam Frank dies first will his guilt of the crime be learned, because FOIA says so?
Then Lacaze's life depends on somehow stalling his death penalty for years, or for decades. At some point, that's just not likely anymore.

I'm a strong privacy advocate, and the statute may dictate the foregoing unjust result, but something here has gotta give. The law is intolerable when it executes the innocent.

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