was wrongly convicted in 2012 of the abduction and murder of a 7-year-old girl in 1957, reports the Seattle Times.
It was believed to be the nation's oldest cold case, but
reader Trachman raises an interesting concern:
He finally got an an alibi, which was a telephone call which he made
While it surely is a good thing that an innocence has been
proven, the case is also an evidence that American's communication
records are retained infinitely.
As always, "Evidence demands a verdict."