Why Wayne Williams Should Not Be Tried For Murders

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Wayne Williams, Georgia’s child killer, case should not be reexamined because he had been rightfully convicted after he was tried for the murders of two men. They found fibers on the bodies when discovered in the river after Williams dumped there and tried to evade the scene. I do agree with the verdict as he was found guilty. Previously he had been interrogated when detained near the scene after he tried to flee from the scene. While I don’t think polygraph should be taken as valid proof he did fail several tests. Williams did give an alibi, but it wasn’t strong enough to keep him from going to jail where he was linked to the other murders. He was sentenced to two life sentences although there are seven murders that remain unclear for the

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