Wrongfully Imprisoned For 44 Years: Ronnie Long

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Published on 27 Nov 2020, 19:00
"It was a modernized lynching" -- After being wrongfully imprisoned for 44 years for a 1976 rape and murder, Ronnie Long speaks out about how he found himself in this nightmare, along with his attempts to find justice.

If you'd like to support Ronnie's attempts to adjust back to life after prison, please visit his GoFundMe here:
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Special thanks to the team at “Unjust and Unsolved" for collaborating with us on this! "Unjust and Unsolved" is a true crime podcast which tells the heart-wrenching stories of twenty individuals across the nation who may be wrongfully incarcerated for decades for crimes that remain unsolved. Hosted by former NPR Latino producer, Maggie Freleng and is from true crime podcast company, Obsessed Network:
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