DNA Retest Leads to Houston Man's Release

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In Houston, a 21-year-old man who served four years of a 25-year rape sentence is released after a retest of DNA evidence shows he was wrongly convicted. Prosecutors say they will review hundreds of cases involving a lab suspected of errors in the original test. Hear Jack Williams of KUHF.



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