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Two emotions, 50 years apart

On wrongful conviction anniversary, Milgaard learns he'll receive an honorary degree

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young</p><p>David Milgaard spent 23 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of murder. On Friday, the University of Manitoba marked the 50th anniversary of his wrongful conviction by announcing honorary degrees for Milgaard and his lawyer, David Asper.</p>

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

David Milgaard spent 23 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of murder. On Friday, the University of Manitoba marked the 50th anniversary of his wrongful conviction by announcing honorary degrees for Milgaard and his lawyer, David Asper.

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