A judge called this juvenile lifer innocent, but he’s still in prison. Will Philly’s next DA let him go home?
Terrance Lewis, sentenced to life for second-degree murder, read the opinion in his prison cell. “The great part was, somebody finally believed me,” he said. “The sad part was, I still got to die in jail.” – Samantha Melamed, Philadelphia Inquirer
Tyrone Jones rode the elevator up to the 28th floor of One Liberty Place, a building that didn’t exist the last time he was a free man, and looked out over a city transformed. “Before I went to prison, Market Street wasn’t this crowded. The sports complex, that wasn’t there,” he said Thursday.