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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - William Henderson
The Louisiana Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a Chauvin man serving life in Angola Prison after he was convicted of killing a 10-month-old boy in 2007.
In his appeal, Henderson claimed the court had erred during the cross examination proceedings, by selecting a racially biased jury and in preventing a cross examination of the trampoline witness who he claimed would have perjured herself.
Henderson told police investigators that the toddler had been crying and he had grabbed the baby's face and told him to shut up.