Richey to leave Death Row
DEATH Row Scot Kenny Richey is set to be moved from his Death Row prison for the first time in 20 years on Monday.
Edinburgh-born Richey, 43, will be moved to the low-security Putnam County jail in Ohio ahead of a planned retrial of his case.
The move has been delayed after torrential floods hit the jail last month, forcing him to be kept in Mansfield Correctional Unit.
Once there Richey will be allowed to have visitors for up to 30 minutes every week.
Ken Parsigian, Richey's lawyer, is preparing fight to get his client freed on bail to allow him prepare for his retrial.
Richey was found guilty of starting a house fire that killed two-year-old Cynthia Collins in 1986.
After his conviction was overturned on appeal earlier this year, Putnam County prosecutor Gary Lammers decided to take the case back to court, after being told he must release Richey or retry him.
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