Pennsylvania Man Freed After Witness’ Confession Exonerates Him

Maria Perez
Aug 4, 2019 - 2:19
Pennsylvania Man Freed After Witness' Confession Exonerates Him

A Black man who spent 21 years in prison for murder was freed after a key witness in the case confessed to the crime. John Miller, 44, was released from the State Correctional Institution in Frackville, Pennsylvania on July 31 after prosecutors said there was insufficient evidence to retry him, CNN reported. “I’m very happy and excited that after 21 years I’m finally being heard and that my innocence has reached the surface,” Miller said in a

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