Morton Prosecutor Says He is Victim of a Media War

Mike Davis, one of the original prosecutors who worked on the murder case against Michael Morton in 1987, said in court filings today that he is a victim of a media and political war between the exonerated man's lawyers and Williamson County District Attorney John Bradley.

Davis filed a motion to quash Morton's lawyers' request to interview him about his role in the trial that led to Morton's wrongful conviction and nearly 25-year imprisonment for his wife's murder. Last week, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals officially exonerated Morton after DNA evidence revealed that another man ...

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