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The Black Perspective: Juvenile Lifers

iHeart - As a kid they killed, but after sitting behind bars for decades, many say they are truly changed. Should juvenile lifers get a second chance? One law enforcer in Maryland says yes! they should. Hear the story of Alonzo Turney Bey, who was 17 when he went in. He spent 31 years in prison. Also, hear the mission of PG County State’s attorney Aisha Braveboy. She believes Alonzo and those like him deserve a second chance. Listen to full interview.

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