Floyd Bledsoe, an Oskaloosa native, spent 16 years in prison after he was wrongfully convicted of his sister-in-law’s rape and murder. DNA evidence and a suicide note confession from his brother led to his release in December.
Floyd Bledsoe, an Oskaloosa native, spent 16 years in prison after he was wrongfully convicted of his sister-in-law’s rape and murder. DNA evidence and a suicide note confession from his brother led to his release in December. Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle
Floyd Bledsoe, an Oskaloosa native, spent 16 years in prison after he was wrongfully convicted of his sister-in-law’s rape and murder. DNA evidence and a suicide note confession from his brother led to his release in December. Bryan Lowry The Wichita Eagle

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