Justice Delayed 

Almost 20 years ago, the murder of an 8-year-old girl enraged Tucson; today, the convicted killer remains alive on death row

Vicki Lynne Hoskinson was a bright and cheery 8-year-old who had completed her day at Homer Davis Elementary School. She pedaled her pink bike that afternoon on what we all believed to be the safe streets of Flowing Wells. She was heading…

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