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Home invasion survivor Dr. William Petit: Guilt is ‘never going to be gone’

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Dr. William Petit was the only survivor of a 2007 home invasion that left his wife and two daughters dead. The men charged in their murders were sentenced to death, but Connecticut voted to eliminate the death penalty. In a TODAY exclusive, Petit tells NBC’s Cynthia McFadden he is now running for the Connecticut state legislature, but is focusing on quality of life issues, not the death penalty.