Jose Burgos says he always felt like dying in prison was probably one of the loneliest ways to die. And – for nearly 27 years – that's what he was told would happen to him. Even after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled all juvenile lifer sentences – including Jose’s – had to be reviewed, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy still recommended life without parole. That's where things stood when we initially did a story about Jose last October.
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