Michael Sullivan

former US Attorney

Guest

Partner with the Ashcroft Group; former Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (2006-2009), former US Attorney for Massachusetts and a former Massachusetts state prosecutor

Michael Sullivan on KCRW

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The United States has more people in prison than anyplace in the world. China's a distant second.

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The United States has more people in prison than anyplace in the world. China's a distant second.

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