After 30 Years Declaring Innocence, Chicagoan Set Free

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Arthur Brown, convicted of murder in connection with a fatal arson fire in Chicago in 1988, had steadfastly insisted that he was innocent. Nearly 30 years later, prosecutors agreed, saying "there were significant evidentiary issues that raised deep concerns about the fairness of Mr. Brown’s conviction . . .

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