DENVER (AP) — The latest on a man imprisoned for decades on rape charge he denies (all times local):
A judge is allowing a man who has served 28 years behind bars for a rape he says he didn’t commit to be released from custody after he posts bond.
A Denver judge set Clarence Moses-EL’s bond at $50,000. Moses-EL was convicted in 1988 after the victim said his face came to her in a dream, but he has maintained his innocence.
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A judge recently voided his conviction after another inmate confessed to having sex with the woman the night of the attack.
He could be released from custody Tuesday morning. His supporters say they have raised the $50,000.
The Denver District Attorney’s office has not decided whether to retry Moses-EL.