Opinion: Partners in crime isn't something to aspire to, ladies
WASHINGTON -- Years spent on the bench as a judge, the founder of social service organizations to help underprivileged women, a PTA mom, a grandmother, a public official -- and what will most folks think of when Leslie Johnson comes up?
That bra. The cash. And the seemingly improbable physics of the whole caper.
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