New Chapter In Bizarre Detroit Murder CasePlay
A new chapter in a bizarre murder case is playing out in Detroit.
Four people were gunned down in a suspected drug house in 2007. A 14-year-old, partially blind, learning-disabled boy named Davontae Sanford confessed.
But a month later, a convicted hit man told police he was the real murderer.
Now, after five years in prison, Sanford may get another shot at justice.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Kate Wells of Michigan Radio reports.
- Kate Wells, reporter for Michigan Radio. She tweets @KateLouiseWells.
This segment aired on August 13, 2013.