Convicted killer meets Okla. gov. who freed him - Article Photos 6/6

Former Oklahoma House Speaker Kris Steele, now the executive director of The Education and Employment Ministry (TEEM), gestures as he speaks during an interview in Oklahoma City, Monday, June 24, 2013. When Steele first started at the agency a little more than six months ago, one of the employees, Aaron Cosar, told him he always wanted to meet former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry and thank Henry for giving him another chance at life. Along with Henry's daughter, Laynie Henry, who works at the facility, Steele arranged for Cosar to meet the former governor, who commuted Cosar's life sentence and signed his parole. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)