Lisa Ling (left) went on Larry King Live to plead for her sister Laura's release. She chose CNN, she writes in Somewhere Inside, because Kim Jong Il reportedly watches it in Pyongyang.
Courtesy of Laura and Lisa Ling
May 19, 2010 After journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee were detained in North Korea in 2009, Laura's sister, fellow journalist Lisa Ling, worked tirelessly to bring them home. In a conversation with contributor Dave Davies, the sisters detail the incident that ended with former President Bill Clinton bringing them home.
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