Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction


The US supreme court has thrown out the murder conviction of a Mississippi man on death row. Paving the way for an unprecedented potential seventh trial. Curtis flowers has already been tried six times after prosecutors attempts to convict him fail due to prosecutorial misconduct allegations of racism and deadlocked. Juries ABC's Stevenson Saami has more Justice. Brett cabinet writing for the seven to majority accusing the state of. Discrimination, and allowing seven trial his words were a slap to the prosecutor saying that Mississippi's relentless determined effort to rid the jury of black individuals strongly suggests that the state wanted to try flowers before a jury with this few black jurors as possible. And ideally, before an all white jury the supreme court meantime, has a few more decisions left to release before the end of its

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