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Harold Hall may refer to: Harold Hall (footballer) (1887–?), English footballer; Harold Hall (cricketer) (1875–1915), English cricketer; Harold Wesley Hall (1889 –?), Australian aviator. Harold Hall Australian Expeditions, 1960s ornithological expeditions sponsored by H. W. Hall ...

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Introduction to my many hobbies and other interests, particularly, metalworking in the home metalworking workshop.

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Index of Projects and Processes contained within Harold Hall's web site.

www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Pages/casedetail.aspx?caseid=3270

Aug 2, 2017 ... Harold Hall. Other California Cases with False Confessions. https://www.law. umich.edu/special/exoneration/. In June 1985, Nola Duncan and her brother David Rainey were murdered in Los Angeles, California. Police had no suspects until September 1985, when a jailhouse informant told the police that ...

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Then: Harold Hall was wrongfully convicted in June of 1985 for the murder and rape of Nola Duncan and the murder of her brother David Rainey. Eighteen years old at the time, Hall describes the psychological and physical torment performed by a tag team of four Los Angeles police detectives during a 17 hour interrogation  ...

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Patience, Resolve Fueled Man on His Long Road to Freedom. Wrongly convicted of murder, Harold Hall was determined to prove his innocence. His quest took 19 years behind bars. By Anna Gorman Times Staff Writer August 21, 2004. Harold Hall always believed his freedom would come. He just did not realize he would ...