Johnny Small, right, walks back in to the courtroom on a hearing at the New Hanover County Courthouse in Wilmington, N.C., Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016. A judge on Thursday ruled that the North Carolina man who was convicted of murder as a teenager and was imprisoned 28 years ago did not get a fair trial and allowed him to go free.
Johnny Small, right, walks back in to the courtroom on a hearing at the New Hanover County Courthouse in Wilmington, N.C., Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016. A judge on Thursday ruled that the North Carolina man who was convicted of murder as a teenager and was imprisoned 28 years ago did not get a fair trial and allowed him to go free. Mike Spencer AP
Johnny Small, right, walks back in to the courtroom on a hearing at the New Hanover County Courthouse in Wilmington, N.C., Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016. A judge on Thursday ruled that the North Carolina man who was convicted of murder as a teenager and was imprisoned 28 years ago did not get a fair trial and allowed him to go free. Mike Spencer AP

Barry Saunders

August 15, 2016 1:03 PM

He tries to find peace, not anger, after an unfair conviction and 28 years in prison – Saunders

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