I hope he spends his money wisely. If so, it will last him a lifetime and far beyond.
This case highlights one of the reasons for which the death penalty should be abolished.
Seems fair. I hope he doesn't blow it in a few years.
Of course he got millions! He's white!
No amount of money can compensate for the loss of 15 years of a persons freedom but hopefully the award will make any prosecuter think twice about doing it again to another defendant in the future.
So now it's a cold case and the true killer might never be found.And no money can compensate for 15 years of this man's life.Plus, some will never be convinced of his innocence.
I hope he uses the money to go after those who imprisoned him. They are the evil ones.
The beggars, attorneys, hucksters, manipulators, friends, relatives, charities, and the ne'er do wells are lined up to steal it outright or get it by other means. There is no favor others will not ask of you.
Glad it was overturned. Money won't bring back those lost years, but at least he'll be comfortable.What was the saying? It's better that ten guilty men go free than to have one innocent man be wrongly convicted.