http://www.ajc.com/news/content/metro/cherokee/0505/25rocha.html Roberto Rocha finds uncommon joy these days sweating in the sun, mowing someone else's grass, earning his own spending money. Rocha, 21, embraces such simple pleasures as these as he rebuilds his life after more than a year of jail time and house arrest. Rocha was one of three men charged in connection with the murder of a 15-year Cherokee County girl even though he was out of the country when Katie Hamlin was killed in July 2002. Earlier this month, charges against Rocha were dismissed quietly. There is a pic with the article. Roberto looks mentally challenged. I wonder if the other two were trying to set him up? Shame that it took so long for LE to recognize that he wasn't even in the country.