Rodell Sanders spent two decades in prison for a murder he didn’t commit, a jury determined this week. Finally tasting hard-won freedom on Wednesday, he said it felt good to be surrounded by his children, his grandchildren and his extended family after so long. “It’s a beautiful feeling. At the same time, it’s somewhat frightening and scary to step out into the world again,” said Sanders, 49, of Chicago Heights.
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