Mark Woodworth, who spent more than 17 years in prison, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Monday, alleging a wide-ranging conspiracy to frame him for the 1990 murder of his neighbor Cathy Robertson in her home near Chillicothe, Mo. Woodworth is pictured in July with his mother, Jackie.
Mark Woodworth, who spent more than 17 years in prison, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Monday, alleging a wide-ranging conspiracy to frame him for the 1990 murder of his neighbor Cathy Robertson in her home near Chillicothe, Mo. Woodworth is pictured in July with his mother, Jackie. File photo by Sait Serkan Gurbuz The Associated Press
Mark Woodworth, who spent more than 17 years in prison, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Monday, alleging a wide-ranging conspiracy to frame him for the 1990 murder of his neighbor Cathy Robertson in her home near Chillicothe, Mo. Woodworth is pictured in July with his mother, Jackie. File photo by Sait Serkan Gurbuz The Associated Press

Mark Woodworth sues former prosecutors, others after 17-year imprisonment for murder

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