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LIFE PRISON ART
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December 04, 2003
Former inmate Bill Saunders, who served 15 years for holding 14 people
hostage with a toy gun at an...
New York, United States of America
FORMER INMATE TALKS ABOUT ART ON DISPLAY IN NEW YORK.
Former inmate Bill Saunders, who served 15 years for holding 14 people
hostage with a toy gun at an office building where his wife worked,
shows his painting "Blind Faith," which was created with toothpaste,
toilet paper and watercolors, in New York December 4, 2003. Art created
by inmates from more than 20 prisons around the United States is
displayed at the National Arts Club. REUTERS/Chip East

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