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James Coleman Jr., co-director of the Duke Wrongful Convictions Clinic and faculty adviser to the Duke Innocence Project, stands in front of the original store on N.C. 117 where Richard Lynn Holloman was killed in an attempted robbery by three men in 1976. Gray Whitley | Times


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