Summary:Richard Honeck was 20 years old when he was sentenced to life imprisonment for stabbing a schoolteacher to death. That was in 1899. Sixty-four years later, virtually forgotten by the rest of the world, Honeck was finally set free. Now 84, he faced the 20th century for the first time on December 20 1963 on leaving Menard State Prison, Chicago.
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