Two brothers who were freed after spending 25 years in prison on a now-overturned Detroit murder conviction face a retrial this fall.
A 50-year-old man was charged Monday in the fatal shootings of his sister and her husband in 1987, one of the oldest unsolved murder cases in Michigan.
A judge on Thursday threw out the murder convictions of two brothers serving life without parole for a 25-year-old drug house robbery and shotgun slaying in Detroit, after new witnesses came forward to say they saw other men commit the crime.
Sometimes taping a show and not fast forwarding through the commercials is a good thing. Ah the 80′s, when you could see Sparky selling cars, Gibby loving KFC and several Tigers singing about Kroger.