Lack of clarity on coronavirus restrictions creating confusion for the public; Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark dies at 93
Clark was known for defending unpopular figures, including former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
After serving in Johnson’s Cabinet, Clark set up a private law practice in New York in which he championed civil rights and fought the death penalty.
Ramsey Clark, a former Attorney General during the Johnson Administration, died Friday at the age of 93. Clark is remembered for his work on desegregation and defending high-profile figures like Saddam Hussein.
Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark has died.
1968 - 60 Minutes reports on police in America In 1968, on the very first episode of 60 Minutes, Mike Wallace interviewed Attorney General Ramsey Clark about the state of policing in America.