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Georgia Innocence Project

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Clarence Harrison believed he would die in prison for a crime he did not commit. Then his life was forever changed: the Georgia Innocence Project(GIP) exonerated him through indisputable DNA evidence. After 18 years of incarceration, he was free.

Today, Harrison is part of a musical collaboration, Life Sentence, with songwriters Melanie Hammet and Ben Holst. They entertain and raise awareness about GIP and have a new CD on iTunes (Life 20/20.)

Through songs and Clarence’s commentary, they chronicle a man whose life was forever changed, but now helps other innocent inmates find freedom through the Georgia Innocence Project.

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