After 30 Years Declaring Innocence, Chicagoan Set Free

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Arthur Brown, 66, was freed from jail Tuesday in Chicago after serving nearly 30 years on a double murder conviction in connection with an arson fire that he had steadfastly insisted he did not set, reports the Chicago Tribune. Brown was ordered released after Cook County prosecutors reversed course, announcing at a morning court hearing that they were dropping charges . . .

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