More work ahead in Alabama for Scottsboro Boys' pardons

FILE - In this file photo taken April 19, 2013, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley, left, and Clarence Norris Jr. applaud during a ceremony in Scottsboro, Ala. They are seated next to a photo of the Scottsboro Boys, the nine African American youths wrongfully convicted of raping two Caucasian women more than 80 years ago, in Scottsboro, Ala. Now that the Alabama Legislature is allowing posthumous pardons for the Scottsboro Boys, there is still much work to be done before their names are officially cleared. (AP Photo/al.com, Bob Gathany, file)

May 04, 2013 7:47 pm  • 
Activate

Latest Video

More videos

Is Washington State a 'trap' game for UA?

Daniel Berk explains why the No. 15 Wildcats won't overlook Wazzu in Saturday's game. 


Follow the Arizona Daily Star

View more...