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Then-Criminal District Court Judge Jerome Winsberg acquitted Floyd in Robinson's murder while convicting him in Hines' killing.
Floyd was sent to Angola on a mandatory life prison sentence.
According to police accounts, he also talked about doing PCP around the time he began bragging on the street about the two killings — drawing police attention and ultimately leading to his arrest.
He'd become known in the Quarter as "Crazy Johnnie."Floyd later claimed a pair of New Orleans Police Department officers plied him with beer to draw out his confessions.
More than three decades later, however, Vance found the two confessions were inexorably linked, and that the withheld fingerprint evidence from both murder scenes supported Floyd's claim of innocence in both killings.
John Floyd, right, gets a lesson on using a smart phone from Cat Forrester, left, the communications manager for the Innocence Project New Orleans, while having lunch together at Chili's in Lafayette, La., Tuesday, Sept. Floyd served 36 and-a-half years in prison for a murder conviction that was thrown out with the help of the Innocence Project in June.
John Floyd plays with a dog named Sandy that is up for adoption at the Acadiana Animal Aid shelter he is visiting with his lawyers Emily Maw, right, and Richard Davis, center, in Carencro, La., Tuesday, Sept. Floyd was looking for a dog similar to ones he had over the years while serving 36 and-a-half years in prison for a murder conviction that was thrown out with the help of the Innocence Project New Orleans in June.
Floyd now lives in an RV and works on a farm near Lafayette. It's a snap-on western shirt and a pair of Dan Post cowboy boots — some of his first acquisitions upon leaving the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola in June after 36 years.
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He recently got a driver's license and now makes about an hour, a big step up from the 20 cents he earned hourly at the prison 100 miles away. But the letters he writes before dawn, while sipping on coffee, aren't for them."I said, 'Once I walk out that gate, I'll never look back.' "Last week, Floyd took a ride to a Carencro animal shelter, Acadiana Animal Aid, in hopes of picking out a pup along the lines of a Jack Russell terrier.