"I saw a lot more people going to prison that had drug and alcohol problems and addiction issues that ended up coming out in a lot worse shape than when they went in," says Ninemire, who, after serving 10 years, now owns a business and counsels ot McClatchy jalbert@wichitaeagle.com
"I saw a lot more people going to prison that had drug and alcohol problems and addiction issues that ended up coming out in a lot worse shape than when they went in," says Ninemire, who, after serving 10 years, now owns a business and counsels ot McClatchy jalbert@wichitaeagle.com

Two former Kansas prisoners try to make up for lost time (+videos)

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