Facing the Wind

Scott talks with reporter Julie Soloman, author of Facing the Wind. It's a new book about a man named Bob Rowe, who murdered his entire family but was found not guilty by reason of insanity. When he was released from a mental hospital three years later and tried to start a new life it raised questions about innocence and guilt, punishment and forgiveness.

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