In 1902, at the age of twenty, Italian sharecropper Alessandro Serenelli gained instant infamy when he killed a young girl named Maria Goretti.
He spent the next twenty-seven years in jail for his crime. But in a reversal that only God could orchestrate, Alessandro ended up testifying...
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