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Williams' lawyers said there wasn't any physical evidence linking him to the killing. Witnesses saw several older men steal money and pizza from Griffin and saw Williams running from the house alone with nothing in his hands after the shooting, according to his lawyers. One of the older men, Chris Moore, was the only witness who identified Williams as the shooter.
Fingerprints found on the murder weapon belonged to one of the other older men, and the victim's blood was found on clothing worn by a third older man, according to Williams' lawyers. Police officers found Williams hiding under a sheet on a couch at his grandmother's house. He initially denied killing Griffin but changed his story after police questioned him through the night.
I'm ready to go home and lay down. Williams' lawyers say his conviction was based primarily on that confession and the testimony of Moore. Only after Williams' trial did his attorneys obtain recordings of witness interviews pointing to his innocence. The withheld recordings showed police had suspected the older men were plotting to frame Williams for the killing, according to Williams' lawyers.
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Prosecutors denied violating their duty to disclose evidence favorable to Williams. Dale Cox, Caddo Parish's former acting district attorney, said in a court filing that Williams hasn't proved the recorded witness statements contained 'exculpatory' evidence or that withholding them deprived him of a fair trial. Cox, who once told a reporter he believes the state needs to 'kill more people,' personally prosecuted one-third of the Louisiana cases that resulted in death sentences between and , according to the Death Penalty Information Center.
In a vote last October, the Louisiana Supreme Court refused to hold a hearing on Williams' claims. His attorneys asked the U. Supreme Court to review that decision, but the court hadn't acted on the request prior to Monday's plea deal.
A court filing accompanying Williams' guilty plea on Monday says prosecutors could have presented evidence that Williams was present for Griffin's shooting and 'aided and abetted' the killing. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Share this article Share. Share or comment on this article: Pizza deliveryman's killing: Man ordered free decades later e-mail Facebook Instagram Pinterest Twitter. I was so wrong with my initial impression. I adored Delivery Man.