Sarah Kaplan | Washington Post | March 18, 2016
Marquez Tolbert buried his face in his hands. His chest contracted with a stifled sob.
When he looked up, a patchwork of angry red welts became visible on the side of his neck. That’s where he was burned. His T-shirt hid the full extent of his injuries, the swath of scalded skin that now covers his entire back.
“The pain,” he told WSBTV Thursday, his voice cracking on each syllable. “You can’t sleep at night.”