Lalo Alcaraz cartoon slips into '60 Minutes'

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When Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor was interviewed on Sunday night's "60 Minutes," a finely tuned eye could have spotted a cartoon by LA's Lalo Alcaraz hanging on her office wall.

"The original cartoon, entitled 'L’il Judge Lopez,' is signed by me and my daughter, who was the model/inspiration for the little girl in the toon," Alcaraz writes at his website of news y satire, Pocho. He has embedded a clip of the interview on the site.

That's the cartoon above.


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