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Life after killing an intruder

55 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 01 April 2013

Matthew Bannister speaks to Dr Johnny Slaughter about the aftermath of killing someone who had broken into his Baltimore home. German photographer Michael Najjar tells us about his plans to be the first artist in space. Also parents in prison - Burmese journalist Tin Mar Swe brought up her daughter in solitary confinement for seven years and Nepalese social worker Pushpa Basnet is a surrogate mum to scores of children whose mothers are behind bars. All that and your stories too, share them via outlook@bbc.com

Picture: Outlook presenter, Matthew Bannister

  • Johnny Slaughter


    The American who shot and killed a man who broke into his home. The shooting was declared an act of self-defence and no legal action was taken against Dr Slaughter.



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