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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Fri Nov 8, 2013 06:41 AM CST

It is early Friday morning, and the distant drum cadence is muffled by the thick, cement walls. A kindly old gentleman known simply as "The Preacher" has visited each of the condemned in their own cells, offering a final word of consolation, but little hope. The remnants of their final breakfast -- the classic breakfast trade -- grow cold. Coffee, orange juice, bacon, everything but the bread (fittingly, given Wheat was one of those preparing to make its final walk).

Speaking of Wheat, The Preacher found him to be quiet and withdrawn. He had accepted his fate, doomed for no ...

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