Kidnapper Wanda Barzee is set to be freed Wednesday after Utah officials determined they miscalculated the 72-year-old's prison sentence. Barzee and Brian David Mitchell were convicted for their roles in Elizabeth Smart's abduction and captivity that lasted for nine months, beginning in 2002. In an interview you'll see only on "CBS This Morning," survivor Elizabeth Smart opens up about how her traumatic experience changed her.


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