Kansas City Star

Possible candidates for Missouri's basketball job
Kansas City Star
Kim Anderson, Central Missouri: Anderson's Mules are fresh off the Division II championship, and a large segment of the Missouri fan base would give this hire a standing ovation. The concern, naturally, is recruiting at the highest level. But Anderson ...
A wish list of coaching candidatesColumbia Daily Tribune

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New York Daily News

Missouri Says It's Not 'Cruel and Unusual' to Jail Man 13 Years After ...
U.S. News & World Report
The Missouri Department of Corrections realized in July 2013 that Anderson, then slated for release, never served a 13-year sentence for helping rob a Burger King employee in 1999 due to an apparent clerical error. He was arrested and forced to begin ...
Missouri man who never served sentence awaits prison term after leading crime ...New York Daily News
AG Chris Koster Files to Deny Release of "Mike" Anderson But Suggests Path to ...Riverfront Times (blog)
An Armed Robber Was Given A 13-Year Sentence In 1999, Except No One Ever ...BuzzFeed
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Yahoo News

Man who avoided prison is overwhelmed by support
Yahoo News
Meanwhile, the Missouri attorney general signaled that he would look for a way to take Cornealious "Mike" Anderson's many years of clean living into account in attempting to resolve the "difficult situation." Anderson, who was convicted in 2000 of ...
Missouri AG Says State Error, Self-Rehabilitation 'Deserve Recognition' In ...U.S. News & World Report
'The system failed': Man who never served 13-year sentence asks for clemencyToday.com
Missouri's forgotten felon, free for 13 years on clerical error, fights for ...The Globe and Mail
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Missouri AG rules on 1999 prison mistake
ST. CHARLES COUNTY (KSDK) – Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says he may give a St. Charles man a pass out of prison. Mike Anderson was convicted 15 years ago for his role in an armed robbery at a Burger King. He was supposed to go to jail for ...

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A Forgotten Man In Missouri
Esquire (blog)
For more than a decade, Anderson was supposed to have been in a Missouri prison cell. Instead, through some kind of massive procedural screwup, he was out walking among us. Finding him would have been a trivially easy task for police: He was possibly ...

Chelsea Clinton expecting first child
CBS News
Mike Anderson is nine months into a 13-year sentence for an armed robbery that took place in 1999. He should have gone to prison in 2002 after his conviction and unsuccessful appeals, but Missouri made a mistake. It forgot about him. Anderson said he's ...

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Bleacher Report

Missouri Tigers Head Coach Search: Latest Updates and Rumors on Open ...
Bleacher Report
Complete dark horse name for Missouri: Central Missouri coach Kim Anderson. — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) April 17, 2014. Kim Anderson, fresh off a Division II national title with Central Missouri, has strong ties to the area. He was born in Sedalia, ...
NCAA Basketball Rumors: Tim Miles to be pursued by Missouri TigersFanSided

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Opposing Views

Man jailed after clerical error kept him free for 13 years
New York Post
Missouri officials who stumbled upon the paperwork bungle — which showed felon Cornealious “Mike” Anderson as an inmate in state prison even though he never showed up there — want to undo the snafu by throwing the now-upstanding businessman ...
Clerical Error Kept Cornealious 'Mike' Anderson Out Of Prison For 13 Years ...Huffington Post
Clerical error keeps Missouri man out of prison for 13 yearsKIRO Seattle
'Clerical Error' Delays Man's Prison Sentence for 11 YearsNewser
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Anderson's heroics lift Missouri to win in rubber match
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Missouri fifth-year senior Eric Anderson worked a strong start on the mound and drove in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning to post an 8-3 win over No. 12 Kentucky to claim the series, on a windy Sunday afternoon at Cliff Hagan Stadium.

Kansas City Star

Central Missouri's Anderson wins one for the good guys
Kansas City Star
Amid a surge capped by Raytown product TJ White's layup that gave Central Missouri a nine-point lead with 10 seconds left, Anderson started crying and hugging anybody nearby. He buried his head in the shoulder of guard Jon Gilliam and assistant coach ...

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