Published On: Wed, Jun 13th, 2018

Doubts Raised About Darlie Routier’s Guilt As Death Row Inmate’s Case Featured On ‘The Last Defense’

Darlie Routier may be innocent

Darlie Routier has always maintained she’s innocent, even after spending nearly two decades on Death Row for stabbing her two sons to death. Now, her case will be featured on a new ABC show, The Last Defense, which aims to explore the cases of possibly-innocent people who are behind bars.

As KABC-TV (Los Angeles) reports, actress Viola Davis made a name for herself playing Annalise Keating, the How To Get Away With Murder law professor who took an interest in getting justice for the wrongly-imprisoned. Now Viola has let her character inform her professional life: she and her husband, Julius Tennon, created a the new show in that vein.

“This new series will make people lean in further because How To Get Away With Murder is fiction. The Last Defense is non-fiction. It’s real.”

The first order of business for The Last Defense will be the case of Darlie Routier.

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Doubts Raised About Darlie Routier’s Guilt As Death Row Inmate’s Case Featured On ‘The Last Defense’