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Murdered by Mumia: A Life Sentence of Loss, Pain, and Injustice

The first book to definitively lay out the case against Mumia Abu-Jamal—and those who’ve elevated him to the status of political prisoner

Maureen Faulkner’s husband, Philadelphia police office Danny Faulkner, was shot between the eyes on a cold December night in 1981. Mumia Abu-Jamal was unanimously convicted of the crime by a racially mixed jury based on: the testimony of several eyewitnesses, his ownership of the murder weapon, matching ballistics, and Abu-Jamal’s own confession…

Submitted:Dec 9, 2007
Author:Maureen Faulkner
Brand:Lyons Press
Total comments:1
Category:Criminology
3 diggs • 1 comment • Dec 9, 2007

Murdered by Mumia: A Life Sentence of Loss, Pain, and Injust

The first book to definitively lay out the case against Mumia Abu-Jamal—and those who’ve elevated him to the status of political prisoner by the widow of the police officer murdered by Mumia.

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