People in Haiti don't mention the "earthquake" so much, but most people have a January 12th story to tell. Today Dick Gordon listens to a few stories and finds out what has happened in the last two years. Haitians talk of working to move forward and still feeling pulled by the enormous experience.
Colonel Jack Tueller began playing the trumpet as a young boy. The instrument helped him through a rough childhood, was the reason he met his wife, served as a constant companion when Jack was a bomber pilot during World War II and even helped save his life.
LaMonte Armstrong was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his elderly next door neighbor. He spent the next 17 years fighting for his freedom, was exonerated last summer, and is still trying to negotiate life in a world he was removed from for years.