Clarence Moses-EL vindicated after serving 28 years for crime he didn’t commit

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DENVER -- Clarence Moses-EL is no longer behind bars. But he spent nearly 29 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.

He was recently retried on the charges and found not guilty Monday. A judge released him from prison last December and granted him a retrial after someone else admitted to the crime.

He's adjusting to life out of prison and he's enjoying freedom for the first time in nearly three decades.

"Today when I got up, that was what was on my mind. Not being free but being vindicated," Moses-EL said.

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