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DNA clears Fla. man after 35 years behind bars

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At least he gets something.But its nothing compared to lost time.

He is longest-serving prisoner exonerated by genetic tests

Mobile devices didn't exist in 1974, the year he was sentenced to life in prison for kidnapping a 9-year-old boy and raping him in a nearby field

"No, I'm not angry," he said. "Because I've got God."

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34467096/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts/?GT1=43001

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The innocence project does good work. I'm happy for Mr. Bain, classy thing for him to said, too.

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Another successful argument against capital punishment.

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Read this last night. Funny how his outlook on life worked out for him.

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Read this last night. Funny how his outlook on life worked out for him.

Yeah. I'm not sure i would have felt the same. Losing out on having a family and everything else. He's a good man. He deserves a hell of a lot more then 1.75.

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