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Letters From Lovelock
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AIR DATE: December 30, 2013

Many convicted criminals say they did not do the crime. Most are never heard from again.

Frank DeGrasse was different.

Incredibly, a long lost friend was seeking him out and found that he was serving a long sentence in Lovelock prison for child pornography charges.That friend, musician Ronald Regan began writing to DeGrasse and eventually visited him. Those letters are now published to tell the story of how DeGrasse got out of prison.

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Ronald Reagan, musician

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