Floyd Bledsoe, right, who served more than 15 years in prison, is greeted by Oliver Burnette, the executive director of the Midwest Innocence Project, after being released by Judge Gary Nafziger Tuesday in Oskaloosa, Kansas.
Floyd Bledsoe, right, who served more than 15 years in prison, is greeted by Oliver Burnette, the executive director of the Midwest Innocence Project, after being released by Judge Gary Nafziger Tuesday in Oskaloosa, Kansas. Chris Neal AP
Floyd Bledsoe, right, who served more than 15 years in prison, is greeted by Oliver Burnette, the executive director of the Midwest Innocence Project, after being released by Judge Gary Nafziger Tuesday in Oskaloosa, Kansas. Chris Neal AP

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