jena-6-youngest-cnn.jpg An attorney in the racially-charged trial of the Jena-6 rescued the youngest of the incarcerated youth, bringing him to New York to live with his family.

In the Deep South, Jesse Ray Beard said he was constantly in trouble — even when he behaved. Now he is 18, interns at a New York law firm, and prepares for his senior year at Canterbury School, a prep academy where he is highly regarded among peers and teachers.

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