NYTimes.. When Innocence isnt’ enough

WORLD U.S. N.Y. / REGION BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE HEALTH SPORTS OPINION ARTS STYLE TRAVEL JOBS REAL ESTATE AUTOS http://graphics8.nytimes.com/adx/images/ADS/29/10/ad.291043/PB-43-NYTIMES728x90.swf?clickTAG=http%3A//www.nytimes.com/adx/bin/adx_click.html%3Ftype%3Dgoto%26opzn%26page%3Dwww.nytimes.com/yr/mo/day/opinion%26pos%3DTopAd%26sn2%3D47abbfff/ae2473b9%26sn1%3Dd7b500df/cd677b55%26camp%3DPalm_Beach_County_CVB_FebApr2012_1794491-nyt4%26ad%3DPalmBeach_728x90_V2%26goto%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww%252Epalmbeachfl%252Ecom%252Fstay%252Dplay%252Fstay%252Dhotel%252Doffers%252Dpackages%252F%253Futm%255Fsource%253DNYTIMES%252Ecom%2526utm%255Fmedium%253Dbanner%2526utm%255Fcontent%253DTAG%2526utm%255Fcampaign%253D36 OPINION When Innocence Isn’t Enough By RAYMOND BONNER Published: March 2, 2012 RECOMMEND TWITTER LINKEDIN SIGN IN TO E-MAIL PRINT REPRINTS SHARE EDWARD LEE ELMORE turned 53 in January. For more than half his life, the soft-spoken African-American who doesn’t understand the concept of north, south, east and west, or of summer, fall, winter and spring, was in a South Carolina prison, most of it on death row. Enlarge This Image Mary Ann Chastain/Associated Press Edward Lee Elmore was in prison for … Continue reading NYTimes.. When Innocence isnt’ enough