Separated From Brother, Left to Toil Far From Home

December 14, 2014 at 8:09 am Leave a comment

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Mr. Jones’s locker contained clothes, cowboy boots and a plastic envelope of old cards and letters, the last one from 1992. He also nodded to a small radio on a night stand.

“I got a radio and everything,” he said.

Mr. Jones may have his radio, but what he does not have are most amenities, any connection to government services for people with disabilities — and the company of another Henry’s “boy,” his older brother, Carl Wayne.

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