Man exonerated by own research gets $13M for wrongful conviction in rabbi slaying

Wrongfully convicted of murdering a rabbi in 1994, a high-school dropout who served 16 years before being exonerated due largely to his own pro se legal work from prison has won one of the largest settlements in New York City history.

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