A Year of Freedom 

Jason Baldwin talks about the death penalty, his future and how it feels for the West Memphis Three to finally be free

Jason Baldwin is sweltering in the Atlanta heat. He’s not used to these sorts of temperatures or humidity levels because he’s spent the last year in Seattle and the 18 before that inside an Arkansas prison. When he was just 16,…

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