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LAUREN LIPSCOMB: I’ll never forget Mr. MacPherson turning to me and saying, “Please don’t let my brother and I die in here for a crime we didn’t commit.”

EDDIE CONWAY: How did that make you feel?

LAUREN LIPSCOMB: Made me feel that I needed to make sure that I did my job to the best of my ability. And by the point we had talked to them, we had a pretty good idea that things were looking like they probably were not involved. And so it makes you work even harder, makes you work even harder. As a prosecutor, you do not want someone to be in prison for a crime that they didn’t commit. That’s not justice.

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