Here and Now

How and Why Anthony Cooper Was Pardoned

Clip: Season 2000 Episode 2014 | 13m 21s | Video has closed captioning.

Special projects reporter Murv Seymour shares the story of a Madison man who was convicted of drug-related offenses in 1999 and after serving time in prison would go on to become a community leader focused on reducing violence sought and received a pardon from Gov. Tony Evers, who has granted more than 250 in an effort to promote second chances and reduce prison populations

Aired: 10/01/21

Rating: NR

Problems Playing Video? | Closed Captioning

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