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12 Texas Prisoners Released on Drug Conviction Appeal

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Twelve people convicted in a now discredited drug sting are released from prison in Tulia, Texas. The prisoners were among 39 people convicted of drug trafficking on the testimony of an undercover sheriff's deputy who has since been indicted on perjury charges. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.

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