Two brothers who spent a quarter-century behind bars for a killing they say they had no part in walked out of a Detroit courthouse as free men.
While behind bars. says Thomas Highers, he and he brother never gave up hope. “
Two brothers who were freed after spending 25 years in prison on a now-overturned Detroit murder conviction face a retrial this fall.
“How about women?” Charlie Langton asked. “That’s huge,” Raymond Highers said. “It was about, when you’re home with your family you always miss that physical touch with another person, you always yearn for that. You get used to that, the thing you never get used to is missing your kids, your mother.”
Two brothers that were locked up for 25 years after murder convictions in Detroit have been granted bond and released on bond, while their case is being appealed.