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Court clerk fired for helping free wrongfully convicted man
Robert Nelson was freed from a Kansas City prison after DNA evidence proved he has been convicted of almost thirty years ago. Sharon Snyder, a court clerk who who helped Nelson obtain the DNA evidence, was then fired for her role in his exoneration. Chris Hayes interviews Robert Nelson and Sharon Snyder together on national TV for the first time.
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