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I'm really grateful.
And open to a public Leo to see -- Did you ever dream this day would come.
No root out and back out while they have been with don't make it Robert.
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After 29 years in prison neither Raymond Jackson nor James Williams -- they would ever see freedom again.
Defense attorneys say faulty eyewitness testimony convicted the men of abducting -- -- in shooting a woman in uptown Dallas in November of 1983.
The victim moved out of the country after their convictions.
Mistake -- -- did -- she was so sure.
You want you want you -- -- But it wouldn't been -- -- DNA.
We have been messed up -- rest out back you know -- that.
The DNA said a free.
Jackson and Williams harbored no ill will against anyone.
Not the victim to judge jury or prosecutors.
But they do -- Dallas County district attorney Craig Watkins in his conviction integrity unit.
Along with their attorneys in the public defender's office and of course the science of DNA.
I'm very grateful of that they'll put dance was preserved.
All of these many years.
That is just like that they have an idea to invest Lexington and the -- say three decades in prison.
-- -- it went down.
Davis -- and people.
And and and go on our caps to about -- Power to gag is how we extra -- -- -- right next to him.
Williams with 25 when convicted he's now in his mid fifties Jackson was in his mid thirties and is now 68 years old.
Being in prison was like being in a time capsule you demand fully understands cell phones computers or even mass transit.
I've got lulls in.
That's -- what is thought to help combat took -- out couldn't believe.
You know and I'm really have a cold to shop.
Really which is to acknowledge.
Is really amazing.
That I have got -- Both men have great hope for the future and say they want to help young people avoid taking a path.
It leads to prison.
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