Maya Moore / Jonathan Irons

A Black man who was wrongfully sentenced to 50 years in prison has been released, after a campaign from WNBA champion Maya Moore, who sat out 2 seasons to help overturn his conviction. Jonathan Irons was convicted for a non-fatal shooting in 1997, at age 16. He is now 40.

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