Sixteen years ago, Calvin C. Johnson Jr. swore he was innocent as a Clayton County judge sentenced him to life in prison on a rape conviction.
“I’m an innocent man and I just pray in the name of Jesus Christ that all this truth will be brought out, the truth will eventually be brought out,” Johnson said. The day was Nov. 14, 1983.
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