Hee story is one of the most remarkable in modern Kansas City metro history.
Importantly . . .
She's "owning" the turmoil of her past and providing words of wisdom.
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Since her release from prison, she's become an author and speaker. On her website promoting her books and workshops, she writes, “If you search this site looking for a broken woman with a felony, you’ll find me. If you read this story hoping for answers, you’ll find a woman living with conviction.”
“I wouldn’t advise anyone to break a convicted murderer out of prison, but if you find yourself with the opportunity and the notion to do it… don’t forget to learn something from the experience,” she writes.
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A woman, bored with her life and marriage, decided to break her inmate lover out of prison. That's not just the plot of the new Lifetime movie "Jailbreak Lovers" - it's a story from Toby Dorr's life. But how is she doing now, more than 15 years later?