Philly: Pack the Courts & Full Day of Action on April 24 to Free Mumia

The aim of this legal challenge is to overturn all PA Supreme Court decisions from 1995-2008 that denied Mumia his freedom despite major evidence that the police and prosecution manufactured the “proof” of his guilt (someone else confessed to the crime)  and suppressed evidence of his innocence. It’s based on a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that an appellate judge cannot participate in a case in which he formerly had a personal role in a significant prosecutorial decision.

Philly Mumia April 24 2017

Wisconsin Bail Out the People Movement

Hosted by Mobilization4Mumia

Pack the courtroom and the streets to win freedom for Mumia Abu-Jamal!

Read Below for the Day’s Schedule and Different Locations:
8:00 – 9:00AM: Rally at the Criminal Justice Center, 1303 Filbert St., Philadelphia
9:00AM – ???: Court Hearing Begins at 9 am sharp (Supporters will take turns witnessing the court proceedings as the rally continues outside. Court proceedings will likely last no longer than a couple hours.
12:00 PM (Estimated Time Court Proceedings will end) – 3 pm: Rally and March
6:00 – 9:00 PM – “Resistance Matters: Medical and Legal Justice for Mumia and All Prisoners”
-In the evening, we are hosting an indoor event at the Arch St. United Methodist Church, 55 N. Broad St.

Mumia is innocent and was framed! 35 in prison is 35 years too long!

On April 24, Mumia Abu-Jamal’s birthday, there will be a court hearing on his…

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