Henry McCollum sits as applause rings out in a Robeson County courtroom after a judge declares him and his brother Leon Brown innocent of a brutal rape murder for which they spent 30 years in prison. Behind him is I. Beverly Lake Jr., founder of the Innocence Commission.
Henry McCollum sits as applause rings out in a Robeson County courtroom after a judge declares him and his brother Leon Brown innocent of a brutal rape murder for which they spent 30 years in prison. Behind him is I. Beverly Lake Jr., founder of the Innocence Commission. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Henry McCollum sits as applause rings out in a Robeson County courtroom after a judge declares him and his brother Leon Brown innocent of a brutal rape murder for which they spent 30 years in prison. Behind him is I. Beverly Lake Jr., founder of the Innocence Commission. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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