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Nightline: The Price of Freedom #647982

ABC Special for Thursday, Nov 30, 1995

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Taped segments with Erin Hayes (ABC), wrongly convicted former death row inmate Rolando Cruz, Cruz's attorneys Thomas Breen and Lawrence Marshall, defense attorney Jeffrey Urdangen, former DuPage County (Illinois) Detective John Sam, Law Professor Leonard Cavise, Illinois Attorney General Jim Ryan, former Illinois state police officer Ed Cisowski, former Illinois Assistant Attorney General Mary Kenney, and unidentified others re: the story of Cruz's wrongful murder conviction and ultimate release after twelve years in prison, with introductory remarks by Ted Koppel (ABC).

Duration:
00:30:00

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