Summary: California man who became a successful businessman in Hawaii after serving almost 20 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit when he was convicted of the 1980 Orange County, California killing of Burger King manager Walter Horace Bell, Jr. after four employees identified him in court as the gunman, but who was cleared of the crime in 2000 after another man admitted driving the getaway car and identified another man as the shooter, and who used a $1 million settlement from the Orange Police Department and $1.7 million settlement from the state of California to start an ATM business in Hawaii.
Cause of Death: Motorbike accident
Born: October 22, 1960
Died: October 7, 2008
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii