Floyd Bledsoe exonerated on December 8, 2015. On the day of his release, Floyd said he couldn’t change the past 16 years, he could only move forward and look forward to the next 50. Floyd worked tirelessly to get the word out about wrongful convictions. He has testified before the Kansas Legislature on topics such as abolition of the death penalty, standards for eye-witness identification and compensation. Since his release, Floyd has obtained his journeyman’s license for HVAC. Floyd is also an artist and lives in Hutchinson, Kansas with his wife, Amanda and two sons.