Cory Session vividly remembers the moment when his family learned that Tim Cole had been convicted of rape.
A memorial statue was unveiled today in Lubbock honoring the life of a young man who was wrongfully convicted of a crime and subsequently died in prison while awaiting justice.
Many major political figures in Texas were present, including Governor Rick Perry, Attorney General Greg Abbott and State Senator Wendy Davis.
What do you think about Councilman Todd Klein's plans?
Klein wants the memorial to be located at University Avenue and 19th Street, near the location where Cole was arrested.
On Tuesday's edition of Lubbock's First News, attorney Kevin Glasheen spoke with Chad Hasty and Rex Andrew about the possible locations for a memorial to wrongfully convicted Tech student Timothy Cole.
"[If] you got four votes on the council that chooses to spend public money to do something, then that’s the policy.”