Albert Woodfox has spent nearly 41 years in solitary confinement in a US prison under conditions that are cruel, inhuman and degrading. In 1972, he and two others were convicted of murdering a guard at Angola prison. The “Angola 3″ were sentenced to life imprisonment – although no physical evidence linked them to the crime and serious legal flaws came to light.
Today Amnesty International launched an online campaign asking Louisiana Attorney General James Caldwell to not appeal the District Court‘s ruling to either release or retry Albert Woodfox.
Read more at: Moorbey’z blog at: http://moorbey.wordpress.com/2013/03/11/angola-3-urgent-action-march-11-2013-amnesty-international-launches-a-new-online-action-campaign-for-albert-woodfox-declaring-after-decades-of-injustice-let-the-angola-3-ruling-stand/
Asante sana 4 the show of solidarity Komrade Russell. Panther Love
Everytime brother Moorbey. Our unity is our strength.
Tru dat. Panther Love
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