"For four hours convicted murderer Lewis Dickerson begged the parole board for his freedom. But one thing he said might keep him locked up forever," the Boston Magazine reports. The story portrays a murderer who in 1990 lied to the board of pardons about his military background in Vietnam, and "11 years later, when he tried to quietly make it go away, it tripped him up."
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