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Mumia’s Appeal Dismissed; The “Mumia Rule” Still in Force in the Bosses’ Courts

by Noelle Hanrahan, published on Socialist Action, October 27, 2022 Dear Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal and social justice, Here’s an excellent article by Prison Radio’s Noelle Hanrahan on yesterday’s, October 26, racist court ruling in Philadelphia that effectively, and once again,  denied innocent and racist police frame-up victim and political prisoner, Mumia Abu-Jamal, justice and a new trial. Hanrahan recounts the[…]

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Court Rejects ‘evidence-free’ Effort to Block Mumia Appeal

by Dave Lindorff, published on Workers World, December 27, 2020 Mumia Abu-Jamal, the prison journalist long known as the “voice of the voiceless” for his compelling writings and short audio tapes, moved a step closer to getting a chance for a reconsideration of his earliest appeal of his conviction — an allegedly flawed Post-Conviction Relief Act hearing in 1995 –[…]

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Police corruption is rife from Baltimore to Philadelphia

Pam Africa (right) leads a march in the snow in Philadelphia on Dec. 9, the anniversary of the 1981 arrest and shooting of Black activist and political commentator Mumia Abu-Jamal. Mumia was framed up by cops and the corrupt “justice” system on false charges of killing a Philadelphia police officer. The marchers demanded that the Philadelphia district attorney’s office release[…]

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