Morton Calls Anderson's Inquiry "Road to Accountability"

GEORGETOWN — It’s been a painful week at times, Michael Morton said, as a court of inquiry rehashes the details of the botched murder trial that led to his wrongful conviction more than a quarter-century ago.

“Sometimes you get angry, sometimes you get a little sad, sometimes you get a little numb from sitting through it all,” he said after 10-hour day of contentious courtroom testimony Wednesday.

But, Morton said, the pain, sadness and anger are just part of the journey he is on to find some accountability for the prosecutor who sent him to prison for life for ...

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