Tuesday, February 17, 2009

AP: Judge Sharply Criticizes Hulshof

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A southeast Missouri man convicted 15 years ago in a college student's murder is set free by a Cole County judge.
Circuit Judge Richard Callahan ruled Tuesday that Joshua Kezer was wrongly convicted in the 1992 death of Angela Mischelle Lawless. She was found in her car on the Interstate 55 exit ramp
near Benton with the motor still running.
The judge's 44-page ruling sharply criticizes the courtroom conduct of former state special prosecutor Kenny Hulshof.
Hulshof later served as a six-term Republican congressman from Columbia. He lost the 2008 governor's race to Democrat Jay Nixon.

1 comment:

Larry Litle said...


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