Tommy Wall is trying to get his life back in order after serving more than 100 days in jail, wrongly accused of first-degree rape, felony conspiracy, and first-degree sex offense with a child. He was released from jail in October, 2014 and all charges were dismissed. Wall was photographed as he prepares to move into a new home on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 near Four Oaks, N.C.
Tommy Wall is trying to get his life back in order after serving more than 100 days in jail, wrongly accused of first-degree rape, felony conspiracy, and first-degree sex offense with a child. He was released from jail in October, 2014 and all charges were dismissed. Wall was photographed as he prepares to move into a new home on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 near Four Oaks, N.C. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Tommy Wall is trying to get his life back in order after serving more than 100 days in jail, wrongly accused of first-degree rape, felony conspiracy, and first-degree sex offense with a child. He was released from jail in October, 2014 and all charges were dismissed. Wall was photographed as he prepares to move into a new home on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 near Four Oaks, N.C. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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