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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Lisa Damiani
Oops: The Michigan fugitive wasn't a fugitive after all.
A 60-year-old woman accused of escaping from a Michigan prison 37 years ago is fighting her extradition to the state.
James Eagen Holmes never looked directly at the judge. Instead he blinked, looked down and widened his eyes as he made his first public appearance since being arrested in the movie theater massacre.
She said Lewis was evicted from her apartment while in jail and now is living with friends.
"She always had a lot of hope and belief that we'd take care of it," Damiani said. "The Michigan Department of Corrections - I kept hitting a brick wall with them. I had asked them to allow her to be released on bond while we straightened this out and they refused."