Her DNA helped overturn a double murder conviction, hours later she was found dead


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The judge agreed that the DNA connected a much different suspect to the 1985 murders of Thelma and Harold Swain at their church in Camden County Georgia.

BRANTLEY COUNTY, Ga. — A woman whose DNA helped overturn a murder conviction on Friday was found dead hours later.

Gladys Sparre, 79, was found dead in her Waynesville, Georgia home this weekend in a case that is now being handled by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation at the request of the Brantley County Sheriff’s Office.

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