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Innocent Man Spends 30-Years In Prison. When The Prosecutor Apologizes? I’m In Tears

Having someone steal from you is hard to get over, but having someone steal 30-years of your life is almost unforgivable. Glen Ford was falsely imprisoned for life. Marty Stroud, the prosecutor in the case made it impossible for Ford to have a fair trail. The black man was accused of shooting a Shreveport jeweler. Despite circumstantial evidence and unreliable witness testimony, Ford was convicted of the murder and sentenced to die by an all-white jury. Marty Stroud admits that he used to think differently about racism.

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