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New Motion Filed in Zeigler Case

Tommy Zeigler has been on death row for 35 years and has claimed his innocence all the while. On his side are a former newspaper editor, the daughter of the police chief that helped convict him, and many others who have seen the truth of Zeigler's claims. Related posts: Possible Suspect in Colonial Parkway Case More Sexual Allegations Against Dr. Narendra Gupta- Charges Filed Joy Hayward Case Added to CrimeShadows.
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