Colin Warner sometimes wakes up unsure if he’s free. “I have to ask myself, ‘Am I in prison, or am I somewhere else?’ It’s surreal,” he tells The Post. “I lived in a small cell for so long. Prison was my life.” It’s been 16 years since Warner, now 55, was released from the Fishkill...
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