A hearing is now underway to determine if a confession given by a suspected child killer should be thrown out.
Hernandez Warren is facing death for the cold case rape and murder of Cleveland girl Gloria Pointer.
Warren's lawyers are arguing that he should have had an attorney present while he was questioned over two days last spring. Investigators say Warren was told his rights repeatedly.
Pointer, 14, was raped and murdered on the east side on her way to school in December of 1984. She was found dead in the stairwell of an apartment building.
Warren was finally tied to the case by DNA collected. He was already a convicted rapist.
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