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Thomas Haynesworth freed

RICHMOND — Thomas E. Haynesworth got his freedom today after 27 years spent behind bars for crimes he didn’t commit.

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Washington Post reports:

Haynesworth has his freedom, but he is still fighting to clear his name. He was released after Gov. Robert F. Mc­Don­nell (R) asked the parole board to review his case. The state of Virginia is supporting Haynesworth’s bid to have the Virginia Court of Appeals issue a “Writ of Actual Innocence.”

Haynesworth was locked up when he was a teenager in connection with a string of rapes and other attacks on women.


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