Charles Wakefield spent 34 years in prison for an infamous double-murder in Greenville that he swears he didn’t commit. Now free, Wakefield is fighting to clear his name with the help of a former journalist in search of redemption for his own role in the case. Public Safety Reporter Conor Hughes and Public Service Editor, Glenn Smith, chronicle their quest as they uncover evidence that raises fresh doubts about Wakefield’s ties to a crime that nearly sent him to the electric chair. Read the full story here.
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