How hysterical parents, incompetent therapists and malicious
destroyed the lives of seven innocent North Carolinians and
have yet to admit they were wrong
Constitution prohibits punishment in limbo
Feb. 22, 2012
[Even as] prosecutors quietly dropped all charges against the remaining three defendants, [Nancy Lamb] had the temerity to hint that there was sufficient evidence to convict if the state were disposed to go to trial.
This kind of talk betrays the same imperious mentality that has left [Robin
Stone and Darlene Harris] turning in the wind for eight years.
A person charged with a crime is entitled under our Constitution to a timely resolution... a chance either to pay his debt to society or get on with his life. There is no excuse for punishment in limbo.
Editorial in the Greensboro News & Record, Dec. 21, 1996