After a more than 10-hour day in court on Wednesday, Michael Morton sat down with the Tribune to talk about the pain and anger the court of inquiry for Ken Anderson, his former prosecutor, is bringing up for him and his hopes for accountability in the wake of his wrongful conviction.

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