This Sunday, Malcolm Stewart and his father will spend their first Father's Day together in almost four decades."I didn't have a Father," Stewart said. "It was a blank date, you know. In my mind I just thought he was going to die in jail." His father, Malcolm Alexander, was convicted of rape in 1980. He was sentence to life in prison with no chance of parole. But Louisiana inmate number 93124 was innocent, and DNA evidence finally proved it. Last February he walked out of prison, to his family and freedom, after 38 years behind bars. And if you think either the father or son are bitter, you’d be dead wrong. "There's no time to even think about being negative or mad. None of that," Stewart said. "My dad's here, it's Father's Day, i'm very happy, you know what I mean? It's a new beginning."
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