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Paroled murderer Jon Buice: ‘Killing of gay banker wasn’t a hate crime’

“You can’t erase it. If you are involved in taking someone’s life, you carry a burden on your shoulders like a lead weight. The only way to rid yourself of it or accept it as a human being is to admit it and take responsibility for your actions. It’s part of growing into a man.”

“Can a person who’s done something horrible be forgiven by a whole community? I don’t know, we will see. To be known for who I am today would be something good. To be known for what I did at 17, would not be good. I want to show people there is an opportunity for a person to grow into a good human being.”

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