Life After Exoneration, For The Victims On Both Sides

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Shareef Cousin, served on death row in Louisiana's Angola prison before his conviction was overturned
Samuel Gross, editor, National Registry of Exonerations
Jennifer Thompson, wrongly identified her rapist in 1984

According to the National Registry of Exonerations, more than a thousand individual have been exonerated in the U.S. since 1989. After a wrongful conviction, the lives of both the accused and the victim are permanently altered.

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