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Criminal – Actual Innocence Writ – Abduction – Intent To Defile (access required)

A Navy Seal trainee convicted in 1996 of the murder of a young woman he and a fellow trainee met in a Virginia Beach nightclub is not entitled to a writ of actual innocence, the en banc Court of Appeals says; although the fellow trainee in 2002 confessed to acting alone in killing the young ...

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