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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Thomas Haynesworth, the man who pent 27 years behind bars for crimes he did not commit and then had to wait months for a court to declare his innocence, is celebrating an important milestone.

In fact, it has been a year since the state cleared Haynesworth of any wrongdoing.

But despite losing two-thirds of his life, CBS 6 News' Shelby Brown reports that Haynesworth says he is done thinking about his past.

Watch Shelby Brown's full report in the above video player.