Kenan TrebinÄŤeviÄ‡ was 11 years old when the Bosnian War arrived in his hometown of Brcko on May 1, 1992. He remembers going to buy bread at the store and being told by a neighbor not to come back because â€śpretty soon you Turks wonâ€™t need to be eating anymore.â€ť
This is the story of two boys living in Baltimore with similar histories and an identical name: Wes Moore. Â One of us is free and has experienced things he never even knew to dream about as a kid. Â The other will spend every day until his death behind bars for an armed robbery that left a police officer and father of five dead. Â The chilling truth is that his story could have been mine. Â The tragedy is that my story could have been his.