Case of Two Brothers Show Clemency Inconsistency

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In the 1990s, Harold and Dewayne Damper were involved in a drug trafficking operation that brought cocaine from Southern California to Mississippi at the rate of about 1 kilo of cocaine a month, prosecutors said. The two brothers, known as "Odie" and "Doogie," were indicted together, tried together, given the same sentence and, until recently, served their sentences at the same minimum-security prison, USA Today Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!