Morton Investigator, Medical Examiner Testimony Public

[Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout to provide additional context and details from the testimony.]

The former sergeant who led the investigation that resulted in Michael Morton's wrongful conviction in 1987 told lawyers last week that then-District Attorney Ken Anderson wanted to see every report that investigators made as they tried to determine who brutally murdered Christine Morton. If there was information in the file about leads that could have indicated someone else was the killer, retired Williamson County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Don Wood indicated, Anderson would have had access to those details.

Wood provided  ...

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