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She said: "I hope my son gets re-prosecuted according to the new law.
He is now being re-prosecuted, with a new trial hearing scheduled on May 28th.
As she has already been tried for the crime, she can't be re-prosecuted if she finds and kills him.
The convictions of four traffickers successfully prosecuted in 2007 were overturned in 2008 and 2009 because the court felt the foreign defendants had been offered insufficient translation services during the trials, and the cases have not yet bem re-filed by the government or re-prosecuted, available options under governing Palau laws.
Joe Richards, who was left brain damaged by the assault, has been told his attacker will not be re-prosecuted, despite the businessman's claims he escaped justice because the prosecution undercharged him.
These are the three cases in which killers of civil rights activists have been successfully re-prosecuted by the prosecutors of the state of Mississippi.
The first civil rights era murder case in the country to be reopened and re-prosecuted decades after the commission of the crime was the Medgar Evers case.
Dink has also now been re-prosecuted for criticising the court decision that convicted him in the first place.