After serving 68 years in Pennsylvania prison, Joe Ligon returns to modern world he barely knows



Pennsylvania has put more juveniles behind bars for life than anywhere else in the country. And, of those people, Joe Ligon has …

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30 thoughts on “After serving 68 years in Pennsylvania prison, Joe Ligon returns to modern world he barely knows”

  1. I feel bad for him, but I also feel he deserved it or a worse sentence, you try to harm others that may lead end of their life, Then you must prepare to have yours ended or live a very miserable life as a consequence.

  2. It's pointless for him to released when he is already close to his grave but anyway it's good that he was finally out.I don't think his mind is free.Its still locked up in prison.Thank GOD I am not him and I don't wish to ever be.

  3. America there justice system has to be the worst in the world . 68 years years in prison! So tragic . The poverty and social injustice more like a third world country.

  4. That last statement by Michelle is the key. Someone, probably several individuals, is making big money from the incarnation system. The longer people are in it, the more money these people are making. Reform has to come from the top and must be demanded by the voting public.

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