DVDs Urge Drug Informants to Keep Quiet

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Homemade DVDs are circulating in Baltimore that urge potential drug informants to keep silent. One, entitled "Don't Snitch," includes an appearance by NBA star Carmelo Anthony. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) is asking Anthony to denounce the DVD. Hear Cummings and NPR's Jennifer Ludden.



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