'Jena Six' Outcry Spreads to Capitol Hill

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Jena parents meet on Capitol Hill

The parents of Mychal Bell, one of the "Jena Six," meet with congressional leadership on Capitol Hill in Washington. Getty Images hide caption

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Prominent African-American leaders demanded justice on behalf of the "Jena Six" during a recent press conference on Capitol Hill. Chicago Tribune Bureau Chief Howard Witt discusses the latest developments and the stir in Washington.

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