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Man serving life for homicide freed over a single fingerprint


PELHAM, Tenn. — A Tennessee man serving life in jail for homicide has been freed after 12 years over a single fingerprint pointing to a different man.

Information retailers report 36-year-old Adam Braseel accepted a deal final month permitting him to take care of his innocence and get time served for felony aggravated assault. He now needs a pardon.

Nobody witnessed the 2006 bludgeoning of Malcolm Burrows. However his sister informed authorities {that a} red-headed man lured her brother away and returned to beat her so severely she suffered mind harm. No traces of the red-headed Braseel had been discovered on the scene.

In 2017, a retested fingerprint matched a red-headed man named Kermit Eugene Bryson, who killed himself in 2008 as authorities tried arresting him for killing an officer. The plea ended the following retrial.


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