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- Indiana man exonerated from rape conviction by DNA testing after 25 years in prison
- Exonerated after 20 years, San Antonio Four member Anna Vasquez seeks justice for others
- In the early 1990s, the police arrested three men for crimes they didn’t commit. It’s taken 25 years for justice to be served. It wasn’t an accident.
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