StoryCorps Shorts: A Second Chance
Special | 2m 50s
In 1997, Darius Clark Monroe was a high school honor student who had never been in serious trouble. But soon after his 16th birthday, he robbed a bank in Stafford, Texas at gunpoint with two of his friends. Seventeen years later, he sat down with David Ned, a customer who was in the bank during the robbery.
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