Lester Holt Lived as an Inmate in a Maximum-Security Prison

Published on September 4, 2019

Lester Holt talks to Jimmy about becoming a second-time grandpa, his eye-opening experience documenting the two nights he spent in a maximum-security prison and what it was like working alongside mostly black men in old plantation fields of Angola.

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  • Davy Franck 9 months ago

    TRUMP 2020.

  • Francisco Silva 9 months ago

    That hairline looks shady af ?

  • LikeMikeSIKE 9 months ago

    0:10 “I have a twenty…. actually he’ll be 2 years old this week”
    Was that a joke that didn’t go over well or am I missing something

  • Ama Artz 9 months ago

    Make this blue if you love jimmy?❤️
    Btw i’m an Artist. I would love some love too❤️

  • JJ's Life 9 months ago

    Of course has to twist it around into a race issue.
    Making it look as if they force black men to be slaves etc.
    If didn’t commit crime in first place they wouldn’t be there. No sympathy for them. They get more luxury in prison than most of us do in the outside world.
    They get to eat fresh grown vegatables everyday. I’m still waiting for my dumbass tomato plant to give me tomatoes to eat!

  • GumdroplandFilms 9 months ago

    “I’m Lester Holt”

  • AbyssGnasher 9 months ago


  • Paarth Arya 9 months ago

    Clickbait btw. He didnt “survive as an inmate”. He was just there for 3 days.


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