A Tennessee Death Row Inmate Had Police Analyze Untested Prints And Found That They Were His Own

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After more than 15 years behind bars and multiple unsuccessful appeals, Marlon Kiser is beginning to lose hope. Finally, he convinces a judge to re-examine a vital piece of evidence, which he believes will exonerate him once and for all. So, will Kiser manage to prove his innocence and walk free after all these years?

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On September 6, 2001, Deputy Donald Bond was on patrol in Chattanooga, Tennessee. At 35 years of age, he was a good cop, with the honor of performing the most DUI arrests in all of Hamilton County during 2000. Sadly, that fateful night would prove to be his last.

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In the early hours of the morning, Bond stopped his patrol car at a produce stand. He had seen a suspicious vehicle in the area and consequently wanted to take a closer look. However, once he pulled over, he was subjected to a lethal hail of bullets.

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