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Death row inmate Kevin Keith goes before parole board tomorrow
Canton native scheduled to die next month; many want his case overturned
by WKSU's KEVIN NIEDERMIER


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Governor Strickland has concerns about the eyewitness evidence that led to Kevin Keith's murder conviction.
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Tomorrow the Ohio Parole Board is expected to recommend whether Kevin Keith will live or die. Advocates...including death penalty proponents from around the country...believe the Stark County native may not have killed 2women and a little girl 16 years ago. Keith was convicted primarily on eyewitness testimony that may have been tainted. WKSU's Kevin Niedermier reports that Governor Ted Strickland...who will ultimately decide if Keith gets clemency...also has concerns.
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