‘Travesty of Justice’: Florida Black Man Freed After 32 Years May Have to Return to Prison After Court Reverses Ruling Overturning His Conviction
A Florida man whose murder conviction was overturned after nearly 32 years in prison may have to go back inside and complete his sentence. Crosley […]news.yahoo.com
‘A wrong has been done’: Man freed after serving 30 years for murder could be sent back to jail
64-year-old Crosley Green was convicted of murder by an all-white jury in Brevard County for the 1989 shooting death of Charles “Chip” Flynn in a Mims Orange Grove. The state of Florida filed an appeal to that decision Monday that could send him back to prison by the end of next month. Standing at the pulpit of the Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church in Titusville Wednesday, Green prayed for justice, the same prayer he’s made for more than 30 years. Crosley Green Press Conference Crosley Green Press Conference at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church in Titusville, Fla. Posted by Justice for Crosley Green on Wednesday, April 27, 2022“A wrong has been done to me,” Green said. READ: Groups sue state over new Florida congressional mapIf they’re not successful, Green could soon find himself back inside of a Florida prison.wftv.com
‘A wrong has been done to me:’ Crosley Green, released after 32 years in prison, fights to remain free
Crosley Green, who spent nearly 32 years in prison before being released last year after his murder conviction was overturned, spoke alongside his brother, sister and legal team about his efforts to remain free.
A case of injustice? "48 Hours" revisits 1989 Florida shooting
Correspondent Erin Moriarty first covered Crosley Green's case in 1999. There is new evidence that Green may have been wrongfully convicted of the murder of 22-year-old Charles "Chip" Flynn more than 25 years ago. For the rest of the story, watch "Last Chance for Freedom," Saturday, May 30 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.cbsnews.com