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28 years after the 'trial of the century,' Pamela Smart still wants freedom
Pamela Smart was convicted in 1991 for conspiring to have her husband killed and sentenced to life in prison. The Post's Manuel Roig-Franzia visited Smart at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women.
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