Death row inmate Brett Hartmann says he can prove his innocence, if the governor will just give him a little more time

He's 34 but looks 50. He doesn't maintain eye contact for long. Life in prison has not been easy for Brett Hartmann. But he doesn't want to die. His hands cuffed, he sits at a small table in the visitor's room of…

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