Free Men, For Now 

After serving more than four years behind bars, three men get another chance to make their case

Duane Statler had fought to bring his son home for nearly five years, and when it finally happened last week, he wasn’t prepared. “My heart was pounding,” he says. “I was ready to have a heart attack.” Statler packed into a…

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