Can one judge overturn what two juries, state judges, and federal judges have all agreed on? This question will be answered tomorrow in Fayetteville when Judge Greg Weeks makes his decision in a Racial Justice Act case.
While three convicted killers are getting publicity, the victims and their families are longing for loved ones who do not have a voice. Jim Davis, the brother in Law of slain state Highway Patrol Sgt. Ed Lowry, believes there are major flaws with the Racial Justice Act and expresses some concerns he has in his op-ed from the Fayetteville Observer on November 8, 2012.
Tomorrow will bring closure or uncertainty to families who have been dealing with the crime since 1997.