Will Juvenile Lifers Get a Second Chance?

Westword | November 30, 2012
They're a tribe within a tribe, aging cons whose adolescent crimes have been deemed so unredeemable that they are condemned to die behind bars, with no hope of release. But hope is hard to kill, even among convicted killers.

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