After serving 28 years of a 50-year prison term, convicted murderer Frank D. Fournier was resentenced Tuesday and will be released at the end of the week after the FBI’s analysis of evidence used to convict him was revealed to be potentially flawed.

Fournier, now 70, would have been convicted of murder for shooting 20-year-old David Mooers in Portland in 1987 even without the FBI hair analysis that has been called into question, Justice Daniel Billings ruled after a hearing in Lincoln County Superior Court in Wiscasset… read the full story here

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