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Hear how the statements of fellow inmates have affected the life of Crystal Brandi Fox. She was serving a nearly three-year sentence in prison for drug charges when someone said they saw her on TV, charged with the brutal murder of a man she says she’d never met. As a result, she spent five months in solitary confinement and a year and eight months in the Durham County jail. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
Hear how the statements of fellow inmates have affected the life of Crystal Brandi Fox. She was serving a nearly three-year sentence in prison for drug charges when someone said they saw her on TV, charged with the brutal murder of a man she says she’d never met. As a result, she spent five months in solitary confinement and a year and eight months in the Durham County jail. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

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