Duke Russell has spent nine years on Alabama’s death row. He came within an hour of being executed. An appeals court granted a stay while he was eating his last meal. Russell maintains his innocence and has fought strenuously to be exonerated.

Quincy Miller has been behind bars in Florida for 22 years for murder. One holdout juror spared him from the death penalty. Miller also claims his innocence and has battled for his freedom.

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