(Moose Lake, MN)  —  A Minnesota man is out of prison after spending nearly 25 years there for a conviction reviewers say was based on faulty evidence.  Thomas Rhodes was released Friday from the Moose Lake facility after the Minnesota Conviction Review Unit of the state’s Attorney General’s office examined his case in partnership with the Great North Innocence Project.  Reviewers found that the 63-year-old had been convicted based on “erroneous and incomplete evidence.”  He was found guilty in July 1998 of murdering his wife Jane Rhodes, who drowned during a nighttime boat ride with him on Green Lake in Spicer, Minnesota in 1996.