Monday, April 6, 2009


Today the United States Supreme Court refused to review the case of Mumia Abu Jamal, a black activiist who was convicted of the murder of a white policeman in 1981.
The case and trial were so full of prejudical treatment, conflicting testimonies and many other problems that international peace and justice groups have consistently supported his appeals.

Today's ruling also upheld his conviction. It did not, as of yet, reinstate his death sentence.

*****Yesterday I mistakenly wrote Pennsylvania Supreme Court. I apologize to those who read it. Morgan

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