Joe Cooper Speaks, and Other Letters 

In the spirit of the season, I humbly accept the award by John Branston for the Worst Courtroom Performance (December 25th issue) but reserve the right to point out the following on my behalf: I'm the guy who risked his life to go undercover and nail the two Memphis city councilmen ... More letters.

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