Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh talks to people who have made difficult and life-changing decisions. See more at: http://www.rte.ie/player
Sunny Jacobs was in 1976 wrongly convicted of the murder of two Florida highway patrolmen and spent seventeen years in prison. For five of those years she was in solitary confinement on Death Row before her sentence was commented to life. During that time, she was separated from her children; her parents were killed in a plane crash and her partner was executed by electric chair in 1990. Sunny became a free woman two years later when her conviction was overturned. Remarkably, instead of bitterness, Sunny, who now lives in the West of Ireland, attained peace of mind through yoga, meditation and prayer and bears no grudges for her loss and pain.