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In this photo provided by LaDonna Thomas, Clifton Jones poses in Fort Mitchell, Ala., on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. Jones, a man imprisoned for 15 years for shaking his month-old son to death, is free after prosecutors and a judge agreed that the scientific research underlying what was once called "shaken baby syndrome" has changed significantly in recent years.  Jones, 45, was released this month from Soledad State Prison in California after a judge agreed to resentence him to a lesser offense. (Courtesy of LaDonna Thomas via AP)

In this photo provided by LaDonna Thomas, Clifton Jones poses in Fort Mitchell, Ala., on Wednesday, April 21, 2021. Jones, a man imprisoned for 15 years for shaking his month-old son to death, is free after prosecutors and a judge agreed that the scientific research underlying what was once called "shaken baby syndrome" has changed significantly in recent years. Jones, 45, was released this month from Soledad State Prison in California after a judge agreed to resentence him to a lesser offense. (Courtesy of LaDonna Thomas via AP)

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