How a Convicted Murderer Changed the Life of a Boy With Autism

Convicted murderer Chris Vogt discusses crime and penance in an emotional interview.
3:00 | 03/19/14

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-- I always liken it. Myself to this might not dependence. I'm -- in prison on on a Mercury's that are -- guilty you know. And you see this says -- this truth. This is the thing -- to do what did the room. That gives back. -- you know athletica. The -- sack and -- even all the kids. When they come mean and worked with me. They get to -- -- -- the murder of and you know this is -- do me a chance to. To do something. Better to make up for. They're not actually made up by just -- that never happened in front. Puts me on the path.

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