Jewish faith keeps them ‘solid’ while incarcerated

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LAKE CITY — The hardened men drifted through a misty rain into a small room, where they exchanged a common pleasantry.

“Boker tov.”

The Hebrew phrase for ‘good morning’ — pronounced boh-kehr tohv  — is not something the killers, drug dealers and thieves commonly use around the tough cell blocks of Columbia Correctional Institution.


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