Facing attorney discipline for withholding exculpatory evidence that lead to a wrongful conviction, Houston ex-prosecutor Daniel Rizzo has argued that the defendant—who was declared innocent in May—is really guilty.

That response to the discipline complaint has riled the special prosecutor who found that Alfred Dewayne Brown was actually innocent of the 2003 murder of a Houston police officer.

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