How To Compensate For 26 Years In Prison

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Walter Swift, who was wrongfully convicted of a rape in Detroit in 1982, was exonerated in May of this year because of a wide range of solid evidence showing he did not commit the crime for which he served 26 years in prison. We check in with Swift as he looks for work and housing.

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