Inside The Case To Exonerate Timothy Cole NPR's Tony Cox continues the conversation about Timothy Cole with his mother, Ruby Session, and Michele Mallin, the rape victim whose testimony helped secure Cole's conviction. Cole was sentenced to 25 years in prison, before dying behind bars, for a rape he didn't commit.
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Inside The Case To Exonerate Timothy Cole

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Inside The Case To Exonerate Timothy Cole

Inside The Case To Exonerate Timothy Cole

Inside The Case To Exonerate Timothy Cole

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NPR's Tony Cox continues the conversation about Timothy Cole's case with his mother, Ruby Session, and Michele Mallin, the rape victim whose testimony helped secure Cole's conviction.

Cole was sentenced to 25 years in prison, before dying behind bars, for a rape he didn't commit.

Both women are working to win a posthumous, formal exoneration on Cole's behalf.

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