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Lansing Killings
(2007-10-16)
(wgvu) - A Lansing man convicted of raping and
killing a Lansing Community College professor has been released
from jail after being granted a new trial.
The Michigan Court of Appeals threw out Claude McCollum's murder
conviction and returned the case to the lower court last month.
That happened after Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings III
and the lawyer handling McCollum's appeal filed a joint motion
asking for a new trial.
New evidence, including a videotape that shows McCollum was not
at the crime scene when Carolyn Kronenberg was killed, could prove
he is not guilty.
McCollum will live with an aunt and remain on an electronic
tether until his new trial.
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