NEW YORK (AP) - Publication has been moved up for an award-winning journalist’s book about Bill Macumber, the inmate recently freed after nearly 40 years in an Arizona prison on murder charges he still disputes.
Macumber was released this week after he pleaded no contest in a Phoenix courtroom to second-degree murder and was sentenced to time already served.
Macumber was convicted of first-degree murder in 1975 for the killings of two 20-year-old telephone company workers. He insists he didn’t commit the crimes.
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