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'Wire' Creators, Novelists Protest Drug Laws

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'Wire' Creators, Novelists Protest Drug Laws

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'Wire' Creators, Novelists Protest Drug Laws

'Wire' Creators, Novelists Protest Drug Laws

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The latest issue of Time magazine features a letter written by David Simon and Ed Burns (creators of HBO's The Wire) and novelists George Pelecanos, Richard Price and Dennis Lehane. It protests current drug laws. Lehane, author of Mystic River, speaks with Scott Simon about the letter.