Look. Mistakes happen. Law Enforcement has changed over the last 20 years. The standard of proof has gotten higher, the scientific requirements have gotten higher, the way Police Operate has greately improved. Lowering the chance for a false conviction. This I think we shall all aggree is a good thing yes?
To those blathering on with bigoted hate and idiocy towards Texas because of this incident... you don't know, and I don't know all the circumstances as to why these two were arrested to behin with. Was it bigotry? Were they just in the wrong place, wrong time? What other circumstances are you NOT hearing in this liberal wet dream of a perfect story showing the "EEVVIILLSS" of a southern state?
There is always the "rest of the story". I'm sad they spent so much time behind bars, I'm GLAD they hav ebeen set free, and I understand that we have to try out best, and we have to accept that sometimes he system fails. It WILL ALWAYS HAVE THE RISK OF FAILING.