Death Row Inmate Darlie Routier Waits For DNA Testing

Routier received a death sentence for one of her sons, Damon’s death in 1996. She has always maintained she is innocent.

In June 1996, Darlie Routier made a 911 call to report an intruder attacked her two sons, Damon, age 5, and Devon, age 6. When they arrived, they found both boys stabbed to…

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