With his mother’s looming extradition back to a country where she fears being tortured or killed, a 20-year-old Crystal Lake man tries to piece together a life. Karolis Venckus began fall classes at McHenry County College last week, but fears of his mother’s fate and the uncertainty of his own future never are far from his thoughts. “The first week was OK; classes seem OK,” Venckus said.

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