UPDATE FRIDAY MORNING as CBS This Morning rolled out more of the interview: Sean Penn’s interview with the drug dealer Rolling Stone magazine called “the most wanted man in the world” was published with this preface: Disclosure: Some names have had to be changed, locations not named, and an understanding was brokered with the subject that this piece would be submitted for the subject’s approval before publication. The subject did not ask for any changes. Penn told Charlie Rose in an interview conducted Thursday night the approval deal was a small price to pay for the interview with the drug lord known as El Chapo. “When you get the story that every journalist in the world wanted, there’s a lot of green-eyed monsters who are going to come give you a kiss,” he said. Rose clarified Penn was referring to jealous journalists. ‘When you get the story that every journalist in the world wanted, there’s a lot of green-eyed monsters who are going to come give you a kiss.’ – Sean Penn Rose made a point of adding that “the idea of going into the mountains to meet someone as notorious, someone who has the record – the violence, the brutality – of… Read full this story
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