Anthony Ray Hinton who was exonerated and freed from prison in Alabama last week after he had spent more than half his life incarcerated for the 1985 murders of two men. There were no eyewitnesses, fingerprints or other physical evidence linking him to the scene.
Anthony Ray Hinton who was exonerated and freed from prison in Alabama last week after he had spent more than half his life incarcerated for the 1985 murders of two men. There were no eyewitnesses, fingerprints or other physical evidence linking him to the scene.
Anthony Ray Hinton who was exonerated and freed from prison in Alabama last week after he had spent more than half his life incarcerated for the 1985 murders of two men. There were no eyewitnesses, fingerprints or other physical evidence linking him to the scene.

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