The Alaska Innocence Project has responded to the state's petition for more time in the Fairbanks Four murder case, and they're not happy about it.
Today attorneys for Marvin Roberts filed an opposition to the state's motion for an extension of time, saying that Roberts is currently in prison for a crime he didn't commit, and that any extension in time, “multiplies that injustice.”
Roberts is currently in prison for the 1997 murder of John Hartman.
He and his co-defendants Eugene Vent, George Frese and Kevin Pease have maintained their innocence and are continuing to fight their convictions.
We'll have more on this story tomorrow.