Convicted killer, victim's brother demonstrate forgiveness to combat violence
In a story of forgiveness on an unimaginable scale, two Baltimore men are encouraging people to have truly courageous and difficult conversations to address violence in the city and beyond. Darryl Green shares the story of his brother's killing -- and the killer he chose to forgive. Green's brother, Ruben, was 17 in 1988 when 14-year-old Kimyon Marshall fatally stabbed him after a fight at a bowling alley. In college at the time, Green wanted revenge.