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New York / Prison Break / Mitchell Attorney Interview (Part II) #1085782

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015
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[On NBC, Clinton County D.A. Andrew WYLIE - says escaping prisoners Richard Matt & David Sweat made a practice run out of the New York state prison.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Deborah Feyerick) The issue of corruption in the New York state prison that allowed Matt & Sweat to plan their escape for over a year, the role of prison worker Joyce Mitchell in the plans & the sidelining of 12 prison employees discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live phone discussion held with Lyle Mitchell's attorney Peter Dumas. [DUMAS - comments on Lyle's view of Joyce's plans to have him killed by the escapees, how Lyle has spoken to his wife by phone & how he still loves her.]

Deborah, Anderson Cooper,;
Cooper, Anderson

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