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They were not even charged with murder. And there is not one shred of evidence that they were connected to the burning of Mike's Grocery, one of 30 arson reports in the city that night, except the purchased testimony of unreliable witnesses who sometimes changed their stories several times in the same day, and later all of them recanted, saying they had been paid. The new evidence makes its clear that Allen Hall was provided with a woman and a shorter sentence in exchange for his false testimony: one of his letters to the prosecutor started "I need a woman," then offers to commit perjury, and then "I will be a good n******."

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