Henry McCollum sits stunned as applause rings out in a Robeson County courtroom in Lumberton, on Sept. 2, 2014 after a judge declared him and his brother Leon Brown innocent of a brutal rape murder that occurred in 1983. McCollum spent more than 30 years on North Carolina’s death row before being exonerated based on DNA evidence.
Henry McCollum sits stunned as applause rings out in a Robeson County courtroom in Lumberton, on Sept. 2, 2014 after a judge declared him and his brother Leon Brown innocent of a brutal rape murder that occurred in 1983. McCollum spent more than 30 years on North Carolina’s death row before being exonerated based on DNA evidence.
Henry McCollum sits stunned as applause rings out in a Robeson County courtroom in Lumberton, on Sept. 2, 2014 after a judge declared him and his brother Leon Brown innocent of a brutal rape murder that occurred in 1983. McCollum spent more than 30 years on North Carolina’s death row before being exonerated based on DNA evidence.