LA Times – The Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. said the family was "ebullient" as they greeted the younger Jackson on his release. "We were extremely sad when he had to go away, and there’s a great joy with reunion," Jackson said. "And he’s strong, and he’ll do well."
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