Former Morton Prosecutor Denies Wrongdoing in Case

GEORGETOWN — Former prosecutor Ken Anderson said on Wednesday that he feels sick over Michael Morton's wrongful conviction and the 25 years Morton spent in prison. But Anderson strenuously denied allegations that he intentionally withheld information that could have prevented the conviction and stopped Christine Morton's real murderer from killing again.

"In my heart, I know there was no misconduct whatsoever," Anderson said to a crowd of reporters and television cameras gathered outside the Williamson County courthouse, where he now serves as a state district judge.

Anderson was the Williamson County district attorney and prosecuted Michael Morton for ...

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