BUFFALO, NY - We're hearing for the first time from a Buffalo man who spent 10 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.
But it was a crime he did confess to more than once.
Josue Ortiz has been free for 52 days ... after spending the past 10 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.
"I'm glad justice has been finally served even though it took 10 years of my life," he said, "your family sometimes passes away, you feel powerless you didn't go to their funerals, it was a real hurtful situation."
Ortiz is 33 years old.
The story dates back to 2004, on Buffalo's West Side, where two brothers, Nelson and Miguel Camacho were fatally shot. Two years later, Ortiz admitted to the killings. He was asked why.
"I decline to comment on that question," he said. "At that point I lost my mind, I don't remember a lot of things."