Barry Matson

Deputy Director, Alabama District Attorney’s Association

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Deputy Director of the Alabama District Attorney’s Association and the Chief Prosecutor for the Alabama Computer Forensic Laboratories; 16-year veteran as Chief Deputy District Attorney in Talladega County, Alabama

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Three young children died in a house fire in Corsicana, Texas in 1991. In a two-day trial, their father, Cameron Todd Willingham, was convicted of murdering them by setting the fire.

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Three young children died in a house fire in Corsicana, Texas in 1991. In a two-day trial, their father, Cameron Todd Willingham, was convicted of murdering them by setting the fire.

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