Becoming a Whistleblower in Prison is a ‘Risky Business’

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I have long admired Wilbert Rideau, the award-winning journalist who spent 44 years in prison for crimes that he never committed.  Throughout his confinement, Rideau exposed violence and corruption in Louisiana's justice system in  the prison newsmagazine The Angolite.

This is a risky business for anyone confined in America.

Rideau recounts in his memoir, In . . .

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