Life is extremely challenging for Katherine Conner and her son, Matthew Moore. Meanwhile, their prosecutor continues to wreck havoc on the lives of black people in Louisiana. District Attorney Sam D’Aquilla had Herman Wallace re-indicted for murder a few days after he was released from 41 years of solitary confinement in Angola Prison. Wallace, one of the Angola 3, probably died immediately upon hearing the news in hospice care that he was due back in court in December 2013.
“I say he is a murderer, and he is not innocent,” District Attorney Sam D’Aquilla said. “The conviction was overturned because the federal judge perceived a flaw in the indictment — not his murder conviction.”
D’Aquilla said Wallace's attorney Nicholas J. Trenticosta, of New Orleans, was wrong when he said Tuesday that Wallace is “a free man, and he’s innocent.”
After 4 Decades in Solitary, Dying Angola 3 Prisoner Herman Wallace Freed,
Avoiding Teacher's Sexual Overtures Leads to Wrongful Convictionfor Matthew Moore, a Louisiana Teen