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Stewart Case / Sentence #760052

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 17, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Martha Stewart’s reaction to her prison sentence and the ordeal of her trial noted. [On “20/20,” STEWART – says there are certain people she wishes she never met; laments the loss of her job.]

(Washington: Brian Todd) Life at the minimum security prison in Danbury, Connecticut, where Stewart has requested to serve her sentence, featured; scenes shown from inside the prison; details given of the schedule for a typical day. [Former inmates Susan McDOUGAL†, Foster WINANS†, Karen BOND†- offer Stewart advice.] [Former New York prosecutor Paul CALLAN†- describes the minimum security prison existence.] [STEWART – says she is used to all kinds of hard work.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Stewart’s interview on Monday’s "Larry King Live" noted.

Lin, Carol;
Todd, Brian

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