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"This is a new story, a new narrative we’re going to tell together. And I believe that each and every one of you is going to write that story for yourself.”
“Oh my goodness, I [felt] like my feet had wings on them,” Johnson said. “When I saw my family, if I could have jumped across that highway, I would have jumped across that highway into their arms."
The judge defended the ruling by saying he had to "consider both sides."
Almost half a million people are in jail right now only because they can't afford to leave.
The 22-year-old died by suicide two years ago Tuesday.
The former agent used a White House guard booth to take photos of his penis and send them to underage girls, authorities said.