Wrongfully Convicted Man Freed After Retrial

Anthony Wright was released after a jury cleared him of murder and rape charges in retrial after DNA evidence was linked to another man.
1:09 | 08/24/16

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Back here at home now and to Philadelphia, and to a striking moment making national headlines. A man who spent 25 years in prison, tried twice. DNA now setting him free. And ABC's linsey Davis with the interview tonight. Reporter: This is what freedom looks like for a man who spent more than half of his life behind bars. We did it! You know what I mean? Today is our day. Today is our day. Reporter: Tony Wright was convicted of rape and murder of Louise Talley in Philadelphia in 1993. A crime he's always said he didn't commit. God is good. Yeah, he is. God is good. God is good. Reporter: After the innocence project took on Wright's case, the DNA of a career criminal was found inside the victim. That was three and a half years ago. But Wright, a father, and now

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