November 14, 2015

In the News

Should Pennsylvania Reconsider Life in Prison without Parole?
Forty-four years later, Thomas B. Mathis barely resembles the troubled young man from the Easton projects that he was in 1971 when he was arrested for murder. Mathis smiles a lot and laughs easily, though he has spent more than two-thirds of his life incarcerated.
The Morning Call
by Riley Yates