In the summer of 1992, a family of six, which included four children under the age of ten, was brutally killed in Somerville, Texas. The community was outraged. Just a few days later, Anthony Graves was arrested and eventually convicted although he had always maintained his innocence.
After spending 16 years in solitary confinement and twelve years on Texas Death Row, Graves' conviction was thrown out and he was released from prison. The prosecutor in the case was eventually disbarred.
Graves is now telling his story in the book "INFINITE HOPE: How Wrongful Conviction, Solitary Confinement and 12 Years on Death Row Failed to Kill My Soul." During an interview with Isiah Carey, Graves describes the factors that led to his exoneration from prison.