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Experiences and perspectives on death penalty to be discussed, April 17

Two men who were convicted of murder and later exonerated, along with the daughter of a murder victim, will discuss their perspectives on the death penalty on Wednesday, April 17. The event, which is sponsored by the Princeton University chapter of Amnesty International , begins at 8 p.m. in McCosh 50.

The three lecturers are speaking on behalf of New Jerseyans for a Death Penalty Moratorium. Jimmy Landano was convicted of the murder of a police officer and later exonerated and released. George White was wounded by his wife's murderer but was then taken into custody and convicted of the crime. He eventually was exonerated and released. SueZann Bolser was nearly killed trying to defend her father from his attacker, but she launched a campaign against the execution of her father's murderer.

For more information, contact Katharine Roberts at 986-7814.

Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601

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