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Exonerated, 17 years late

Convicted of a sex crime he didn't commit, a Mattapan man imprisoned and long shunned has his innocence proclaimed

Grace Roberts held godson Guy Randolph at Suffolk Superior Court yesterday as his mother, Ruth Johns, stood by. Grace Roberts held godson Guy Randolph at Suffolk Superior Court yesterday as his mother, Ruth Johns, stood by. (George Rizer/Globe Staff)
By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / May 2, 2008

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For the past seven years, a photo of Guy Randolph has been posted at Boston police stations, labeling him the most dangerous type of sex offender. Neighbors who knew of his criminal record and the 10 years he spent in prison insulted him when they saw him on the streets. Police ordered him away from schools and playgrounds if he ... (Full article: 1267 words)

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