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Second chances for kids who killed || New episodes every Thursday in January. Murderers who killed as kids – sometimes decades ago – are getting a shot at freedom from their life prison terms thanks to recent court rulings. As judges resentence hundreds of offenders in Florida and more across the country, victims’ families are reliving the crimes and dealing with the devastating fallout as many of these killers receive reduced terms and in some cases, go free. In this podcast, you'll meet the murderers, hear from victims' families, relive the crimes and learn if these killers walk free. This podcast is produced by TCPalm, part of the USA TODAY NETWORK
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Excellent coverage of a subject dear to my heart- warbaby
This was a very sad story, it was hard to digest but the ladies did a great job of bringing the story to life! They remind me of my youth listening to the radio.
When they play actual recordings of the defendant in the case they play background music that drown the recording making it inaudible. Also, varying sound levels in voices make listening difficult. Will continue to listen to more before I decide.