Ex-death row inmate looks to adjust to life outside after 3 decades; DNA upends NC conviction

Former North Carolina death row inmate Henry McCollum has so much to learn about the world that was denied him in his three decades behind bars for a girl's rape and killing that authorities now say he didn't commit.

McCollum has never accessed the Internet or owned a cellphone.

And Wednesday when he tried to get in his dad's car to go get a hot bath and something to eat, the seat belt was a mystery to him.

New DNA evidence led a judge to release McCollum and his half brother, 46-year-old Leon Brown, in the 1983 rape and slaying of 11-year-old Sabrina Buie.

A prosecutor now says he might reopen the case and look at charging a different man in the girl's killing.