In May, "48 Hours" reported on the case of Crosley Green, a man serving life in a Florida prison for the 1989 murder of 22-year-old Chip Flynn. Flynn had been found fatally wounded in a remote citrus grove after his ex-girlfriend, Kim Hallock, told police that she and Flynn had been kidnapped by a black man and she managed to escape. After Hallock identified Green in a questionable photo lineup, Green was convicted by an all-white jury.
"48 Hours" reported the serious flaws in the case and new evidence pointing to Green's innocence. He is now waiting to see if a federal court will take on his case.
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Click the links below to watch correspondent Erin Moriarty's full, raw interviews with key players in the case:
CHRISTOPHER WHITE | Former Assistant State's Attorney
Moriarty interviewed former Assistant State's Attorney Christopher White in April. He defends Green's conviction and explains why police did not suspect that Chip Flynn's ex-girlfriend, Kim Hallock, had anything to do with the crime.
Moriarty interviewed former Brevard County, Fla., deputy sheriff Mark Rixey in 2014. Rixey was on road patrol the night Chip Flynn was killed and was one of the first to arrive at the scene.
DIANE CLARKE | FIRST RESPONDER
Moriarty interviewed former patrol sergeant Diane Clarke in 2014. Clarke administered CPR to Chip Flynn when he was found wounded on April 4, 1989. She was able to speak with him before he died.