In the late '70s, Kerry Max Cook went to prison for the murder of a secretary from Tyler, Texas. During his trial it was said that he was homosexual. As a result, in prison, he was sodomized and brutalized by the other inmates, who cut offensive words into his flesh. Two decades later, DNA evidence showed that Cook hadn't committed the crime, and he was released from prison. The words were carved so deeply into his skin that they couldn't be removed with... More >>>