Wrongfully convicted artist Valentino Dixon speaks out on being freed after 27 years in prison
Valentino Dixon spent 27 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of murder. He was finally exonerated and released earlier this week thanks in large part to remarkable drawings of beautiful golf courses, a Golf Digest article and Georgetown University students who took up his cause. Dixon joins TODAY to talk about his story. “I had my moments when I was bitter and angry and frustrated, but I’m not upset with anybody,” he said.