Curious contradictions, Part 1: Ray Ring, the lost notes, a tie to a surprise witness in Kezer trial
Updated: Mar 21
In most, though not all, exoneration cases the person who is exonerated sticks to his or her story. When your story is the truth, consistency is easy. You don't have to make up reasons or excuses, and remember every statement you've made. Such was the case with Josh Kezer as it relates to the murder of Mischelle Lawless. Despite what a few jailhouse informants said (and their stories changed, too), Josh always maintained his innocence. His story remained the same from the time he was taken into custody in 1993 through the time he was exonerated and released in 2009.