Fugitive Mom, Prosecutor Disagree On Story 4-08-2011 - WNEM TV 5

Fugitive Mom, Prosecutor Disagree On Story 4-08-2011

The fugitive mom went public Thursday on 'Oprah' about her escape from a Michigan prison and the second life she started in California.
On Friday, Susan Lefevre told "Today Show" host Meredith Viera that a Saginaw County prosecutor told her not to turn herself in.
LeFevre, who now goes by Marie Walsh, said Saginaw County Prosecutor Michael Thomas told her that she'd get more than her original sentence if she turned herself over.
Thomas told TV5 he didn't have jurisdiction over LeFevre's case and never said that.
LeFevre appeared on television to promote her new book that tells the story of her life as a fugitive.
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