By conservative estimates, there are currently enough wrongfully convicted people in prison in the United States to fill a football stadium.
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Paul A. Broome taught literature at Alcorn State University in Mississippi, where he built his own house from the ground up. He now lives with his wife in Trinity, Alabama. His work in this issue is his first published short story.
We all lurched forward when Mama braked and the car crunched to a sudden stop midway up our gravel drive. Following her gaze, we stared next door at the crisp green lawn of the Lee family. A wooden sign with red and blue letters hung across their side porch. It read, Welcome Home Walter, with small white stars across the bottom.