"When individuals intend to cause a person to be convicted for a crime they did not commit, that's an embarrassment for our profession," he told CNN.Woodard agrees.
"I think he should pay a penalty. I paid 27 years. He took my life away from me. What's the difference if it's by a gun, by words or by lies. What's gone is gone."Update: CNN just explained even more how heart-breaking the situation is for men like Woodard, by following men who are trying to live after being exonerated. Life doesn't get any easier once their free - nor any fairer.