Decades in jail for another man's crime
A man has been in prison in the US for 23 years for shooting dead a British tourist even though the judge in his trial and police detectives believe he is innocent of the crime.
Robert Jones was accused of being behind a crime spree of rape, robbery and then the murder of holidaymaker Julie Stott in New Orleans in 1992.
Despite another man being convicted for the murder and being overwhelmingly linked to all the other crimes, Mr Jones was never released.
In June, the Louisiana Supreme Court acknowledged that Mr Jones did not get a fair trial and ruled that his case should be reopened. But he remains behind bars.
Our North America Correspondent, Aleem Maqbool has this exclusive report.
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- From the section US & Canada