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Topic - Thomas Haynesworth
The Virginia Court of Appeals has fully exonerated a Virginia man who served 27 years in prison for several sexual assaults he did not commit.
Last week, the mid-Atlantic Innocence Project (exonerate.org) hosted a lunch to honor two very different men. One is black. The other is white. One has served 27 years in Virginia prisons for crimes he didn't commit. The other is Virginia's chief law enforcement official.
He says what he means, and he doesn't change things after he wins an election."
"I have a hard time imagining myself being so calm and accepting of that kind of [in]justice," he added.