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A wealthy Texas teen with blood alcohol levels three times the legal limit killed four people helping a stranded motorist. His defense said he suffered from 'affluenza,' the failure of his parents to set limits.
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Sam Hawkins, cofounder of Love Link and the Metamorfosis project in El Salvador, holds a pair of high-quality shoes made by ex-convicts.
Sam Hawkins opened a shoe factory to give ex-cons a second chance
A shoe factory located just outside a prison in El Salvador is an act of love, a way to help former convicts stay out of prison.
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