cbsnews,Life after prison, Morton meets grandchild, Afghan prespective, (English)

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This week's 60 minutes was about a person who had been in prison for 25 years.

Marton, has been an ordinary person. In addition, "He was a law-abiding man who got clobbered for no good reason," said Andy Court, who co-produced this week's 60 minutes about Morton's murder conviction.

60 minutes said that Morton had been convicted of beating his wife, Christine, to death in 1987.

After 25 years he finally cleared his name through DNA evidence, and walked out of the prison in order to begin a new life.

The most emotional part for the 60 minutes was Morton's estrangement from his son who did not believe that his father had killed his mom. Actually, when his mom was died he was not more than three.

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