The Story of a Juvenile Lifer Who Won Release

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Bobby Hines left a Michigan prison last month after 28 years. Three weeks later, he embraced Valencia Warren-Gibbs, the sister of the man he was convicted of killing. He wanted to talk about the night in 1989 when her older brother, James, was shot after Hines and two others confronted him in a feud over drugs, the Associated Press reports. At . . .

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