Peru inmates exchange life of crime for sewing designs

U.S. The Washington Times

LIMA, Peru (AP) - The agile hands of men who once worked as pickpockets, hit men and drug traffickers are these days dedicated to a much more docile task. They're cutting and sewing fabrics to create fashionable clothes at a workshop at Peru's biggest prison. They work for a brand ... …

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