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A Chicago judge recently overturned the convictions of four men who were deemed guilty in a 1994 rape and murder case. The judge said that DNA evidence connects another man to the crime. Guest host Tony Cox speaks with one of the men whose conviction was overturned, Terrill Swift; and journalist Laura Washington, who covered the case.
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