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Full Rigor: Christmas Eve Blood Bath, death row inmate may be innocent

Christine Cooper
Christine Cooper speaks at a news conference in Orlando, Fla., Monday, April 11, 2011. Cooper, the daughter of a former central Florida police chief who helped convict Tommy Zeigler, a furniture store owner of murders 35 years ago, says she believes the death row inmate is innocent.(AP Photo/John Raoux)

(WINTER GARDEN, FLA) — Was Tommy Zeigler the fifth victim from a Christmas eve blood bath or was he a mass killer? Zeigler claims to this day that he was a victim of an armed robbery December 24, 1975. Thirty-year-old Tommy Zeigler was charged for the quadruple murder of his wife, her parents, and another man at his family-owned furniture store. 46-years later DNA may exonerate him.
Listen to Full Rigor Podcast Episode 189: Christmas Eve Blood Bath here.