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Mark Denny, who was first convicted in 1987 for the rape and robbery of an 18-year-old woman, and then later wrongfully convicted for “sodomy, coercion, rape, and robbery,” will receive $9.75 million after being exonerated. So reports Vibe.

The settlement came as New York City was facing a $50 million lawsuit regarding Denny’s wrongful conviction. Denny was sentenced to 57 years in prison, but was framed by police officers who allegedly made up evidence and ignored Denny’s alibi.

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