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Golf Saved My Life

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"A bureaucratic system is set up to protect itself, and so it's not in its interest to admit mistakes," says Ostrowski.

Serving a 39 years-to-life sentence, Dixon will be eligible for parole in 2030, when he is 60. But he maintains hope he will be freed before then. The Exoneration Initiative, an organization that provides free legal assistance to wrongfully convicted persons in New York, has looked into his case. Of all Dixon's dreams, his most vivid is to a draw a golf course from real life.

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