Recap of events - http://justicedenied.org/zeigler.htm Book written about Zeigler - http://www.fadp.org/Zeigler/FatalFlaw.pdf Website with random information - http://www.freetommyz.com/ Crime scene map - http://www.freetommyz.com/_mgxroot/page_10767.html The petition is a couple years old so I think he has ran out of appeals. I just think it is a sad story as they could have done so much more with DNA to find if he was guilty or not. They did find a couple holes with the story of the state with DNA suggesting that Mays had blood contact with Zeigler's father. I have been picking this apart for years and it still boggles my mind. Does anyone have any opinion on the case? Do you think he was truly wrongly convicted? Can the State's case be explained to make sense with the evidence?