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Unjustly Condemned - Leo Frank and Troy Davis: Two Victims of Injustice, Past and Present
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Unjustly Condemned - Leo Frank and Troy Davis: Two Victims of Injustice, Past and Present

Join us for a showing of an 80 minute documentary, The People vs. Leo Frank. Gerri L. Williams, Marshall Dayan, '86, and law professors Joe Tulman and John Terzano will discus the film and the Troy Davis execution.

11/10/2011
When: Thursday, Nov. 10
6:30-9:30 pm
Where: University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law
4340 Connecticut Ave., NW
Building 52, Room 312
Washington, District of Columbia  20008
United States
Contact: Joe Libertelli


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Unjustly Condemned -

Leo Frank and Troy Davis:

Two Victims of Injustice

Past and Present

November 10, 2011

6:30 - 9:30 pm

UDC David A. Clarke

School of Law

4340 Connecticut Ave. NW

Room 312

 Join members of the University of the District of Columbia community in an exploration of the commonalities between the cases of Leo Frank, Jewish industrial manager, who was kidnapped from prison and murdered by Georgia vigilante mob of leading citizens in 1915, and that of Troy Davis, executed in 2011 by the State of Georgia. 

Both cases spawned international publicity fueled by the fact that many observers believed they were innocent.

6:00 Refreshments

6:30 The People vs. Leo Frank, a documentary film by Ben Loeterman (80 mins)

8:00 Panel Discussion with Gerri L. Williams, Prof. Joe Tulman, Prof. John Terzano and Federal Defender Marshall Dayan, '86.

8:30 Questions and Discussion

Admission is free!

For information on the film, see http://leofrankfilm.com/film/  

Sponsored by the UDC-DCSL Innocence Project and the Jewish Law Student Association

Click here to download a flier for the event.

 

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