- Marty Stroud, 64, says he has remorse for playing a part in the false conviction of Glenn Ford, who was in sentenced to death in 1984
- Ford, who was the same age as Stroud, was wrongly convicted for of robbing and murdering a local jeweler in Shreveport, Louisiana
- Ford spent three decades in a maximum-security prison until it was revealed in March 2014 that the state had convicted the wrong man
- The father-of-four was released from prison soon after, but died in a hospice in June this year after a battle with lung cancer
- Stroud said he ignored evidence that suggested other people were involved in the murder – in his first-ever death penalty case
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Source Credits: Kelly McLaughlin in DailyMail