This true story reads like the plot of The Count of Monte Cristo, The Shawshank Redemption, or The Fugitive. "But I didn't kill my wife," protests the fugitive in the 1993 film version with Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones. "I don't care," replies the cop. In this case, the "I don't care" part seems to have been the attitude of the Texas prosecution team that knowingly withheld evidence during Morton's trial, which would have exonerated him. Morton had already served five years of his own wrongful imprisonment when The Fugitive was released in theaters and had moved into his sixth year when The Shawshank Redemption came out in 1994. If you don't know the Michael Morton story already, this clip from 60 Minutes will break your heart. If you care at all about this, here's a link to The Innocence Project,whose work led to Morton's release.