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Attorneys representing Ledell Lee's family commissioned DNA testing of the handle of the wooden club that was used to kill Debra Reese. They said the results showed the DNA of an unknown man.

After Ledell Lee’s Execution, Lawyers Say Murder Weapon DNA Could Belong To Someone Else @ArkansasACLU  @innocence 

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‘He’d still be alive!’ Ledell Lee executed – but evidence may prove his innocence

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4 years after Arkansas death row inmate Ledell Lee was executed, attorneys working on behalf of his family say they have uncovered new DNA that belongs to someone else. Damien Echols, who served 18 years on death row, joins @AliciaMenendez  to discuss.

Arkansas executed Ledell Lee in 2017. New testing has found that the murder weapon contained another man’s DNA.

4 years after Arkansas death row inmate Ledell Lee was executed, attorneys working on behalf of his family say they have uncovered new DNA profiles that belong to someone else.

4 Years After Execution, Different Man’s DNA Found on Murder Weapon, @nytimes  rpts; lawyers’ request to conduct additional DNA testing before Ledell Lee executed had been denied:

Four years after death row inmate Ledell Lee was executed, attorneys working on behalf of his family say they uncovered new DNA profiles that belong to someone else. Lee maintained his innocence from the time of his arrest until his April 2017 execution.

Ledell Lee's sister, Patricia Young, has been fighting for years to prove it was not her brother who strangled and bludgeoned 26-year-old Debra Reese to death.

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Ledell Lee was executed by lethal injection in Arkansas in 2017. Four years later, new DNA testing revealed that genetic material on the murder weapon — which was never previously tested — in fact belongs to another man, lawyers said.

New DNA tests linked another suspect in a murder for which a Black man was executed in 2017. Arkansas expedited Ledell Lee's execution as its lethal drugs were expiring. Experts told @innocence  evidence at trial was "seriously flawed." Advocates are pushing for more findings.

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BREAKING: The Jacksonville city council just voted to test the DNA and fingerprints found at the scene of the crime that Ledell Lee was executed for in 2017. It’s too late for Ledell to get justice, but it’s never too late for the truth.

167 innocent people have been exonerated from death row since 1976. There is strong evidence to suggest that innocent people have been executed, including Ledell. This should never happen.

Ledell should never have been executed. We are fighting to make sure that untested evidence from his case is properly tested.

Ledell Lee was likely innocent when Arkansas executed him in April 2017, says a lawsuit that calls on authorities to release evidence that could prove it

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