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Man Exonerated By DNA Evidence Spends First Thanksgiving At Home In 23 Years

Nevest Coleman is spending Thanksgiving weekend at home with family for the first time in 23 years. He was released from prison on Monday because of DNA evidence. Coleman says he spent yesterday’s holiday at his sister’s house with about a dozen other family members. He says his brother came in from the Washington D.C. area, he face-timed with the attorney who helped get him out and he met his son’s 2-year-old daughter for the first time.

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