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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The release of Larry Johnson after 18 years in prison for rape when DNA evidence cleared him featured; scenes shown from the courtroom where the judge ordered Johnson's release. [JUDGE - says there has been a gross injustice.] [Innocence Project attorney Barry SCHECK - says we have been trying to get this DNA evidence since 1995 & had to go to federal court to get access to the evidence; states there are five cases pending that should be subjected to DNA evidence.]
- Brown, Aaron
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