Kirk Bloodsworth was sentenced to die in a Maryland penitentiary for the brutal rape and murder of 9-year-old Dawn Hamilton. Despite an alibi, and no physical evidence linking him to the crime, he was convicted because of his slim resemblance to a composite drawing. After becoming the first death row inmate in America exonerated by DNA, Kirk has used his freedom to fight against wrongful convictions and the death penalty. In 2004, President George W. Bush signed into law the Kirk Noble Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing Program, which provides grants to states to pay for inmate post-conviction DNA testing. Now he tells his story in the just-released documentary, "Bloodsworth: An Innocent Man."