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In Dallas, three exonerated men have become detectives of sorts.
Rebuilding their lives following wrongful imprisonment, Christopher Scott, Steven Phillips and Johnnie Lindsey are devoted to freeing innocent inmates whom the justice system has failed. And now they’re the subjects of the documentary “True Conviction,” premiering at the ongoing Tribeca Film Festival. The Huffington Post has an exclusive clip showing the freed men taking on a new case involving someone who has sat in jail for 35 years.
Directed by Jamie Meltzer, “True Conviction” will air on PBS.
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