Geraldine Brown fought back tears as her brothers Leon Brown (right) and Henry McCollum greeted each other in the front yard of her Fayetteville, N.C. home on Sept. 3. The brothers, who spent 30 years in prison for a crime they didn’t commit, were released from prison after their rape and murder conviction was dismissed by a Robeson County Superior Court judge.
Geraldine Brown fought back tears as her brothers Leon Brown (right) and Henry McCollum greeted each other in the front yard of her Fayetteville, N.C. home on Sept. 3. The brothers, who spent 30 years in prison for a crime they didn’t commit, were released from prison after their rape and murder conviction was dismissed by a Robeson County Superior Court judge. Chuck Liddy MCT
Geraldine Brown fought back tears as her brothers Leon Brown (right) and Henry McCollum greeted each other in the front yard of her Fayetteville, N.C. home on Sept. 3. The brothers, who spent 30 years in prison for a crime they didn’t commit, were released from prison after their rape and murder conviction was dismissed by a Robeson County Superior Court judge. Chuck Liddy MCT

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