Kirk Bloodsworth was wrongly convicted of murder in 1984, and sent to Maryland's death row. An appeals court gave him a new trial, but he was again convicted and sent back to prison for life, all the while insisting on his innocence. It was only when Bloodsworth learned of advances in DNA technology that he again fought for his exoneration, and finally got it in 1993, when authorities used DNA fingerprinting to clear him. Now attorney and novelist Tim Junkin tells this moving and horrifying story.
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