“I looked into his eyes. There’s grace; there’s the encounter. I said, ‘Oh my God, he’s a human being,’ ” she said. “Everything he’s done — and I didn’t know the murders yet — he was worth more than whatever terrible act he has done in his life. He is worth more than that. There’s more to him than that. Then my own journey began.”
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