A former U.S. sailor was freed from prison in Virginia Friday, 33 years after he was convicted of murder and rape. New DNA tests show he was innocent all along. Keith Harward, now 60 years old, said he wishes his parents were alive to see him free.
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Published: 2021-04-15 09:54 pm
Exonerated man released from prison after 33 years
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