Thomas Webb, of Oklahoma City, spent 14 years in prison for a Cleveland County rape he didn’t commit. Released in 1996, Webb, 53, has since struggled with drug and alcohol addiction. On his six-month sobriety anniversary Wednesday, Webb speaks about the day he was released, getting clean, and his hopes for others in prison for crimes they didn’t commit. (Click here for a story on wrongful convictions.)


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