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Green’s freedom still does not feel real to him yet, and he knows the public’s questions will always linger.
He wonders about people like him who are in prison because they could not afford the defense that he could. But he does not want suspicion to fall on legitimate victims.
"There are real predators out there doing real harm to real kids. Please pursue them," he said. "I have daughters of my own."
For Green’s part, he apologizes "for being a bit bitter. I will never — do we dare say never? — coach again. I will never tutor again. I will never help a child again … We obeyed all the rules, we’re never alone, we had two people at least, we did everything you’re supposed to do and this still happened."
Reporter Jessica Miller contributed to this story.
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