Death Before Dying: Death Row Exoneree on Solitary Confinement

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From 1994 to 2006, Anthony Graves spent at least 22 hours a day locked alone in a small cell waiting to die -- all for a crime he did not commit. During those years, 400 other prisoners were also locked alone on Texas' death row.  Anthony recounts what it means to be completely alone for 12 years on death row.

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