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Ellsworth inmate walks at BCC graduation

Daryl Beck has been incarcerated at Ellsworth Correctional Facility for nearly eight long years, but like most inmates, Beck will not be in prison forever – he will be a free man again. His release date is Aug. 15.
The questions Beck had to ask himself are the same questions important to society and the effectiveness of the Kansas corrections system: What do those eight years mean? Are they just punishment; Wasted moments behind bars? Or, should there be more to it than that? How can Beck improve himself to make life better when he returns to the community? How can ...

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