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Clyde Thompson

Clyde Thompson was once reputed to be the “meanest man in Texas.” At age 17, he was sentenced to death in the electric chair. Six hours before his execution, his sentence was commuted to life in prison. But that didn’t change him; he continued to be a violent man, even while incarcerated. After a long stint in isolation, he asked for a Bible and began reading it. It transformed his life.

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