Attorney Chokwe Lumumba, right and NAACP National President Benjamin Jealous confer during a news conference about the pending release of sisters Gladys and Jamie Scott at the Capitol in Jackson, ... more 
Attorney Chokwe Lumumba, right and NAACP National President Benjamin Jealous confer during a news conference about the pending release of sisters Gladys and Jamie Scott at the Capitol in Jackson, Miss., Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010. Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour suspended the life sentences of the two women Wednesday, Dec. 29. The two women were convicted in 1994 for their roles in an armed robbery that netted $11. Barbour said in a news release that 36-year-old Gladys Scott's release is conditioned on her donating one of her kidneys to her sister, who now requires daily dialysis. less 
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