Innocent Man Finds Freedom and Poverty
Arthur Whitfield could use some money. He served almost 22 years in prison for two rapes that occurred in Norfolk's Ghent neighborhood. DNA testing recently ruled out his involvement. As is common, his wrongful conviction resulted from the victim's mistaken identification.
Whitfield's freedom is largely attributable to two government employees who deserve praise for doing their jobs well.
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