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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Suzanne Hayden's children were young when she went to prison, and they will be adults before she leaves.

A visit from Hayden's youngest daughter had a lasting impact on the inmate at the state-run Topeka Correctional Facility.

"Daddy said you were a bad person and that you committed a crime, and you're going to be here forever, you're not coming out," the child said.

Convicted five years ago in a series of Johnson County thefts, Hayden's earliest possible release date is Nov. 18, 2027.

"After I got over the shock of what she had just told me, I explained to her there's...

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