Audio: Jack Johnson discusses legacy in pre-arrest interview
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Audio: Jack Johnson discusses legacy in pre-arrest interview

On Thursday, Oct. 28, outgoing Prince George's County Executive Jack B. Johnson (D), sat down with Washington Post staff writer Miranda S. Spivack to discuss his legacy. Fifteen days later, Johnson and his wife Leslie Johnson -- newly elected to the Prince George's County Council -- were arrested by federal officials and accused of witness tampering and destruction of evidence in what is expected to be a far-reaching probe of development deals in the county. (The Washington Post)

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