NJ man free after serving time for a crime he didn't commit
Clip: 07/13/2021 | 4m 16s | Video has closed captioning.
New Jersey resident Taron Hill knows how important it is to have your name cleared. In 2004, Hill was convicted of shooting and killing two bystanders on a Camden street corner. At the time, authorities prosecuted him based on a lone eyewitness using just one photo. After serving more than 16 years of his sentence, he walked out of the New Jersey State Prison a free man this weekend.
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