George Souliotes free after 17 years in prison

For the first several days of his freedom, George Souliotes kept forgetting to zip up his trousers. Prison jumpsuits don't have zippers. The 72-year-old left lights on at night, unaccustomed to having control over a light switch. He stiffened whenever he accidentally brushed up against someone -- bumping into another prisoner could get him stabbed. He had spent nearly 17 years behind bars before a judge overturned his triple murder conviction. Now Souliotes was having to relearn life.
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