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Jamie Scott, who is suffering from kidney failure and requires dialysis, was freed from prison in Pearl, Miss., on Friday, Jan. 7, 2011, after serving 16 years of a life sentence for armed robbery. Her sister, Gladys, was also freed from the prison on the condition that she will donate a kidney to Jamie within a year. (AP Photo/Mississippi Department Of Corrections, File)
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Jamie Scott, who is suffering from kidney failure and requires dialysis, was freed from prison in Pearl, Miss., on Friday, Jan. 7, 2011, after serving 16 years of a life sentence for armed robbery. Her sister, Gladys, was also freed from the prison on the condition that she will donate a kidney to Jamie within a year. (AP Photo/Mississippi Department Of Corrections, File)

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