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DNA clears North Carolina inmates after 30 years behind bars
Lumberton - Exculpatory DNA evidence has led a North Carolina judge to overturn the convictions of two mentally disabled half brothers who have been wrongfully imprisoned 30 years for the murder and rape of an 11-year-old girl.
Innocent Texas prisoner freed 29 years after wrongful conviction
Corsicana - A Texas who spent half of his life in prison after being wrongfully convicted of stabbing a woman to death 29 years ago has been freed after DNA evidence proved his innocence.
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Henry McCollum and Leon Brown
Randolph Arledge (center) was freed after spending half his life in prison for a crime he did not commit.
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Henry McCollum (L) and Leon Brown.
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