Kirk Bloodsworth: Why Isn’t Exoneration Enough for Some?

Now sporting white hair, a beard and moustache, and a receding hairline, Kirk Bloodsworth is shown holding up an older photograph of himself from the time of the initial trial. In the old photo, he has curly, reddish hair and bushy eyebrows.
Kirk Bloodsworth Holding Up a Photo of Himself After His Arrest. (Source: The National Registry of Exonerations.)

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