Tenn. Gov. Exonerates Falsely Convicted Man Who Served 22 Years

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A Memphis man who spent more than 22 years in prison for a rape that DNA showed he did not commit was officially exonerated Tuesday by Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen. The action clears the way for Clark McMillan to seek up to $1 million under a new state law created for people wrongfully convicted, reports
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