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  1. Mr. Mendenhall,
    This is Richard Miles, the gentleman that was falsely imprisoned in Texas. Well I am writting to let you know I won my case. It is the first case ever of an exoneration where there is no DNA or confession. My case strictly relied on Prosecutorial Misconduct, but I was prove Actually Innocent. The case Miles vs The State of Texas is now in the law books. Before I leave this earth, I would love to see someone freed because of my sacrifice. That to me makes the 15 years worth while. Thanks for the interview and maybe we can do something Bigger next. My number is 214-664-2786. Callme

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