'True Conviction' follows 3 exonerated prisoners working to help others

They served more than 60 years behind bars for crimes they did not commit, and now they're using their platform to help other prisoners who were wrongfully convicted.

Christopher Scott, Steven Philips and Johnnie Lindsey are the subjects of a new documentary called "True Conviction". It follows them as they go from being exonerated to forming "House of Renewed Hope" in Dallas. The agency investigates the cases of prisoners who claim they, too, were wrongfully convicted, with the goal of freeing as many innocent people as they can.