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Prison Inmates Weigh In on Libby Sentencing

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Prison Inmates Weigh In on Libby Sentencing

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When Joe Cooper asked his English composition students at Webster Correctional Institute to comment on the Lewis Libby perjury case, he received some surprising answers. Cooper discusses the inmates' reactions to Lewis Libby, and why they are comparing him to female rap artist, Lil' Kim.

Joe Cooper, professor of law and media ethics, Quinnipiac University

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