Prosecutors officially dropped the case Thursday against three soldiers who were in prison for 25 years on a murder conviction the Georgia Supreme Court overturned in December.

“It’s all over for the soldiers. They are free and they can finally breathe in peace without fear,” said Jim McCloskey, founder of the Princeton, N.J.-based Centurion Ministries innocence project, which won the reversal.

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