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"Lawless:" The Real Story Of Virginia Bootleggers

Later this month, Hollywood releases the movie "Lawless," based on the real-life story of a notorious Virginia bootlegging family. We get the story behind the story from the family's grandson who wrote the book upon which the movie is based while working as a professor at a local university.

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