Willie Wilson to bail out more jail inmates with own money

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The successful Chicago businessman, Willie Wilson, will bail-out some more inmates at the Cook County jail with his own money on Wednesday.

He will help free 61 additional inmates.

He bailed-out 64 back in September.

He hopes to help release another 100 by Thanksgiving Day.

Wilson will also provide a Thanksgiving meal for all of the former inmates, and give each of them $200.

He has worked with some lawmakers to draft a bill that will get people charged with misdemeanors out of jail without having to make bail.

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