share with them. >> reporter: for bridget nevins, statistics are no reassurance. her father was killed in 1990 by an employee who struck him in the head with a wrench 24 times. >> if you crossed that line, that you're capable of crossing that line in the future. there was always this comfort that i had knowing that this person was in jail and that, you know, i was protected from that. >> reporter: in june her father's killer was found suitable for parole. nevin worries that the programs inside prison are coaching offenders on what to say to the parole board. >> our community, i feel, at large is put into a vulnerable situation. and in my humble opinion, some of these parolees are ticking timebombs. we're basing all our comfort on statistics probability that now these individuals aren't capable of committing crimes just based on their age. >> reporter: nefbvin will urge e governor to reverse parole for her father's killer. freedom brings new challenges. here in downtown berkeley the recovery services offers exoffenders a place to land when they get out. tom gorum is program direc
person would do, build a distillery, make a product having ner made it before. hi. i'm bridget, the founder of the noble experiment nyc. i used to work at a hedge fund. i was a financial analyst. i had a specialization in the global alcoholic beverage categories. i had decided that i wanted to open my own business. i love rum and wanted to make something that i was going to be drinking a lot. a big part of the research was kind of visiting the small distilleries, listening to their experiences, understanding how they actually constructed the distilleries. i kept it really hush-hush for a while. i told my parents and they kind of brushed it off. they were taking aback a bit. i'm bridget's sister. they thought she had a great standing in her current career. >> by the time i had secured all the funding and had signed a lease on a space and had quit my job at the hedge fund, they kind of thought i was having a bar or something? >> but they were very confident in her approach and very proud of the business idea she had laid out. i name the company the noble experiment. actually the u.s.
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