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Ontario man launches $14 million lawsuit for wrongful conviction
Windsor - Romeo Phillion, 73, who spent more than 31 years locked up for a crime he says he did not commit, is suing for damages, alleging authorities suppressed evidence of his alibi that could have resulted in an acquittal.
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