In prison for 34 years but innocent: LA man walks free after murder conviction is tossed out - U.S. NewsBy Jason Kandel
Nov. 11, 2013
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A judge threw out the conviction of a 53-year-old Los Angeles man who's spent 34 years behind bars for murder after two sisters of a key witness said the account of what their sibling saw was a lie.
Kash Delano Register was sentenced to 27 years to life in prison for killing 78-year-old Jack Sasson in April of 1979, but has always maintained his innocence.