A man who spent more than 25 years on death row in the US state of Louisiana has walked free from prison after his murder conviction for the 1983 killing of a jeweller was overturned.
Glenn Ford, 64, had been on death row since August 1988.
He had been found guilty of killing 56-year-old Isadore Rozeman, a jeweller for whom Mr Ford occasionally worked.
US media reports say that he is one of the longest-serving death row inmates in modern US history to be exonerated.
Mr Ford had always denied killing Mr Rozeman.
Asked by a reporter how he was feeling as he left the high security prison in Angola, Louisiana, Mr Ford said: “My mind is going in all kinds of directions but it feels good.”Share