Dealing With False Accusations
When the New York City police officer showed up at his apartment, Billy was sure it was all a misunderstanding. Minutes later, he was being hauled out in handcuffs for a crime he never committed. That started a grueling process to clear his name. And while the case was eventually dropped, he was left with a lot of bitterness. He explains how and why he learned to forgive, even when those responsible aren’t saying they’re sorry.
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