Former death row inmate Shujaa Graham on capital punishment: ‘they called me dead man walking’ – video interview http://gu.com/p/3ta97/tw via @guardian
Former death row inmate Shujaa Graham on capital punishment: ‘they called me dead man walking’ – video interview
After serving three years on death row in San Quentin, California, Shujaa Graham was exonerated over the 1973 killing of white prison guard Jerry Sanders. After four trials, he was finally released from prison in 1981. Now he is the vice chair of Witness to Innocence, an organization that works to empower exonerated death row survivors
Update: Former Greensboro resident pardoned in wrongful conviction
By Taft Wireback firstname.lastname@example.org | Posted: Monday, December 23, 2013 11:28 pm
Former Greensboro resident Lamonte Armstrong was eating breakfast at a Triangle diner with his son Monday morning when his cellphone lit up.
Armstrong didn’t recognize the number on the screen, thought about not answering it but did anyway, he later told his lawyer.
“And of course, it was Gov. (Pat) McCrory calling about the pardon,” said David Pishko, Armstrong’s attorney….
Please, read more….Taft Wireback