Exonerated, 36 Years Later

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Michael Hanline is the longest-serving prisoner in California history to be wrongfully incarcerated: 36 years for a murder he says he didn't commit. Late last month, the California Innocence Project helped him to be set free. KCRW's Jenny Hamel caught up with Hanline to talk about his ordeal and what's happening to others still in prison and seeking clemency.

For an extended interview with Michael Hanline, and images from the vigil, visit our WWLA blog.