What's At Hand


Saturday, March 08, 2003

Ray Matterson was in prison for an armed robbery he committed with a toy gun to support his cocaine habit. He spent the first year of his seven and a half-year jail term being mad at the world and angry with himself for what he had done. And then he found a kind of redemption ... in a pair of socks. Produced by Jonathan Mitchell.


Jonathan Mitchell

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