In 1999, Tim Masters was wrongfully convicted of a disturbing murder in Northern Colorado. After almost 10 years behind bars and a lengthy, headline-provoking trial, he was eventually released based on DNA evidence. He learned to use a cell phone and rejoined his family, but Masters’ newfound freedom has been anything but easy. Greg Campbell tells his story.
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