In the past 25 years in the U.S., 1,700 people who were convicted of a serious crime, and served prison time, have since been exonerated. A 49-year-old Houston man who was once on death row in Texas is one of them. Now, Anthony Graves spends his money and his days pushing for criminal justice reform. VOA's Greg Flakus tells his story.
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