JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Two Florida brothers imprisoned as teens for killing theirfather with a baseball bat in 2001 are seeking a fresh start andcollege degrees.
Derek and Alex King went on NBC's "Today" show Tuesday to talkabout their life and plans after serving their prison terms. Theboys said they made a mistake and have now chosen to be "productivecitizens." They plan to attend the same junior college.
The boys were 13 and 12 when they smashed their father's skullwith a baseball bat as he slept. The boys then ran away with aconvicted child molester who had befriended them.
The boys pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, admitting Derekswung the bat and Alex urged him to do it. Alex served seven yearsand Derek eight in separate juvenile prisons.
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