Hope for redemption

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Former offender, through God, wants to assist youths with second chance

Story by Augie Salzer -- For the Riverland News
A young man believed it was his destiny to spend 10 years in a Georgia prison after being charged and now he is determined to help young offenders still in jail.
Randy Dorsey, 34, was 17-years-old when he started his mandatory sentence, without parole, as an adult for the crime of burglary and kidnapping with no ransom or injury.
“God has perfect timing for everything,” Dorsey said with a smile. “There was a purpose to make sure I was spiritually ready for this evil world.”

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