THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
May 28, 2002, Tuesday, BC cycle
For 110 inmates freed by DNA tests, true freedom remains
By SHARON COHEN, DEBORAH HASTINGS, AP National Writers
Their time in prison surpassed 1,000 years, and all were wrongly convicted.
Then they returned to lives that had passed them by.
An Associated Press examination of what happened to 110 inmates after
their convictions were overturned by DNA tests found that, for many of
the men, vindication brought neither a happy ending nor a happy beginning.