Though With Their High Wrongs I Am Struck To Th' Quick
October 28, 2019 7:32 PM Subscribe
Because prison inmates are prohibited from corresponding directly with their victim or members of their victim’s family, twelve states have created apology letter banks, a communication venue through which inmates can send and crime victims can receive an inmate’s apology letter--when and if a victim wishes to take that step. Convicted murderer and prison journalist John J. Lennon reflects on writing his apology letter, the difficulties involved, and the unanswered question: for whom is the letter ultimately written?
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