I get it. but i don't go for it. Alan Newton one must think did molest a nine year old girl who apparently somehow escaped being forceably raped. Newton spent the entire eleven year sentence in prison, not an easy thing to do. but to be sure, screw him for that. maybe he should have gotten more time for that, but he got what he did and spent it day for day in prison. It is the false conviction which is the subject of his legal victory (if there is any victory). For that he has reason to celebrate. Is he a good man? evidently publicity was steered that way in order to jack up any damage award from a jury in the civil case.But if he was a good man that does not make the crime of the government in committing such an outrageous blunder that an innocent man (on that charge) was convicted of a heinous crime and spent eleven years in prison over it-any worse. good, bad, those judgments are inevitable but irrelevant. Innocent or guilt is the issue. Did the system work in this case. Hell no. it seldom does. the Innocence Project deserves all the kudos for their tireless efforts to free innocent men and woman from prison. If it was you, you'd love em, and wouldn't give a care about their exaggerated pump up of Newton.