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Peter Dumas, attorney for Lyle Mitchell, the husband of prison worker Joyce Mitchell who is charged with helping two inmates escape an upstate New York maximum-security lockup, talks to TODAY’s Matt Lauer about Lyle’s reaction to Joyce’s arrest, saying he “still cares about his wife,” but that “she’s kind of made her own bed in this situation.”