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Brian Banks Talks Road To Exoneration: ‘Anything Is Possible’ | NBC News Now

Wrongly convicted Brian Banks talks about the movie based on his life. The former high school NFL prospect shares details about his long road to exoneration and how he fought for his freedom. NBC News’ Lawrence Jackson sits down with Banks to discuss his remarkable journey and the criminal justice system.
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Brian Banks Talks Road To Exoneration: ‘Anything Is Possible’ | NBC News Now


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  1. sooooooo??? False accusers dont face prison???? WTF

  2. I love this guy! He’s such an inspiration!

  3. Brian, I hope you live a Fantastic life….from now on! ❤️🇨🇦❤️

  4. God bless you Brian Banks. This is why we can’t “ believe all women.” #HIMTOO

  5. That's messed up makes you wonder how many innocent people are really in prison?

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