A convicted killer who could be sentenced to die later this week claims he has new evidence that would warrant a second trial.
32-year-old Christopher Floyd was charged with killing 49-year-old Archie Crawford during a robbery at a country store in 1992.
Floyd was already serving a life sentence for property crimes when he confessed to the crime in a taped statement to investigators.
Floyd now claims he has a witness who saw another man with blood on his clothes near the scene of the crime the night of the murder.
Judge Larry Anderson is scheduled to sentence Floyd this Friday.
A hearing date on Floyd’s motion for a new trial has not been set.
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