Sister's kidney donation condition of release
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Sister's kidney donation condition of release

For 16 years, sisters Jamie and Gladys Scott have shared a life behind bars for their part in an $11 armed robbery. To share freedom, they must also share a kidney. (Dec. 30) (The Associated Press)

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