Imagine you are in prison and someone tells you that a new inmate on your tier is from your hometown, and it turns out that the new guy is also a member of your victims’ family. This is the story of Audio Journalism student Marcel Buggs and a face from his past: Capone. The dialogue they share in this episode encompasses more than the particulars of their collective history, it also addresses the nature of recrimination, retribution, responsibility, and, ultimately, forgiveness. Along the way, we also hear from other UNLOCKED voices about the Victim Offender Education Group, the unforeseen, self-inflicted consequences of crime, and the acceptance and transcendence of past trauma. Tracks:1. Dreams – cold-open poem by Kunlyna Tauch2. Intro – written and voiced by Mike Swanigan3. Capone 1 – Marcel Buggs and Antwan Johnson (Capone) get into their story4. VOEG – Henry Ruiz on the Victim Offender Education Group5. Capone 26. Don’t Cry For Me – spoken word from Barry Woods7. Ripples – Daniel Noriega shares a sad story of unexpected consequences8. Capone 39. House Training – Abdul Hafiz (Otis Crawford) on forgiveness and trauma10. Wholeness In Body – rap written and performed by Ayodele Patterson over Not The Cypher from Benjamin Banger11. Capone 412. Outro – Abdul HafizAll the music used in this episode was the result of several online searches for “license-free low-fi chill jams.” Thanks to the artists that just put their stuff out there for the world to use!