Man freed after 28 years in prison reflects on wrongful murder conviction
Earlier this week, a St. Louis judge overturned the murder conviction of Lamar Johnson, who spent nearly 28 years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit. John Yang first profiled Johnson’s case in 2021 and spoke with him again Friday just days after his release from prison. It’s part of our series Searching for Justice.
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