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Kids Killing kids

The lost boys look crisp in T-shirts and desert-tan dungarees. The black letters that spill down one leg of each trousers, "IDOC," mark Bill Bigeck and Eddie Morfin as wards of the Illinois Department of Corrections. Their handcuffs and ankle shackles clank as the two take chairs facing rows of students from Chicago's Englewood High School. Most of the kids slouch, looking cool, detached.

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