This is our flawless justice system where only the truly guilty get convicted. /quote DALLAS - Three times during his nearly 27 years in prison, Charles Chatman went before a parole board and refused to admit he was a rapist. His steadfastness was vindicated Thursday, when a judge released him because of new DNA evidence showing he indeed wasn't. The release of Chatman, 47, added to Dallas County's nationally unmatched number of wrongfully convicted inmates. /quote We have found many ALREADY PUT TO DEATH that were exonorated and were innocent the whole time. Too bad they are already dead. I'm not against the death penalty, just against the death penalty with less safeguards. If the evidience is circumstantial and not hard evidence death penalty should be off the table. Error on the side of caution. How many innocents must we fry ? Or maybe keep everything the way they are but add a new law. If you are the judge and jury of the executed person that was found through hard evidence to be innocent you should be executed yourself. To clarify, a new law that would fry the judge and jury involved in the wrongfull execution. That should make people a lot more careful before they fry someone. The woman that falsely picked him out of the lineup and accused him of rape. I really wish we could put her in jail for 26 years with no parole to make up for the injustice her LIE inflicted.