In 1984, two Texas teen girls were tied up and raped at gunpoint. The girls later identified one Johnny Pinchback in a photo line-up as their attacker and, based mainly on this evidence, he was sentenced to 99-years in prison. In 2010, the Innocence Project, a non-profit legal clinic, took Pinchback's case and pushed for DNA testing. A pubic hair from one of the victims was studied and trace amounts of male DNA was found. It did not match Pinchback, who was released after 26 years in prison.