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How it feels to go up for parole for the 13th time

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Steve Drown
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Damon Cooke in the radio lab at Solano State Prison.

From the series Uncuffed:

Damon L. Cooke recently attended his thirteenth parole suitability hearing. He’s been incarcerated for 28 years. His fellow Uncuffed reporters, Spoon Jackson, Steve Drown, and me, Brian Thames, anxiously awaited his return to ask him about the process and results.

"I feel for my family. Not for me. It's really not about me. It's about the work that I put in to get a parole date."

Uncuffed is produced by men at Solano State Prison. Learn more about them here.

Our radio training program at Solano State Prison is supported by the California Arts Council, with funding from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. All content is approved by an information officer.
 

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