Norman Brown, imprisoned in the last drug war, thought he’d die there. He was freed just as the war resumed.
The Washington Post
April 27, 2017

“For some of the teens, it would be their first time returning home after a period of confinement. But Brown’s answer would not be a hypothetical. He remembers vividly his first days of freedom after spending 22 years in federal prison — friends and family gathering outside the halfway house to greet him, bags full of food and clothes appearing at his door, his phone ringing.”

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