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Delbert Tibbs, Who Left Death Row and Fought Against It, Dies at 74

Those lines, describing the experience of an innocent man on death row, are from a poem by Delbert Tibbs, who in 1974 was convicted in Florida of a rape and a murder that he had nothing to do with, it was later found. He spent nearly three years in prison before the State Supreme Court reversed his convictions, vacated his death sentence and freed him. [read the full story here]

New York Times, Sunday, December 8, 2013

tags: Prison Culture & Lifestyle, New York



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