WV Supreme Court reviews compensation for a wrongfully convicted man after 26 years in the State Penitentiary.

By Courtland Milloy from the Washington Post:

As an inmate in West Virginia’s prison system, Jimmie C. Gardner had to fight to keep from being killed by other inmates, and at the same time work to prove his innocence. He succeeded, but only after spending 26 years of a 110-year sentence locked up before being released last year. Now he’s fighting another tough battle — trying to win compensation for his wrongful conviction and imprisonment.

Read more of this incredible journey at the WashingtonPost.com.