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1997-11-25

Amnesty International and Pennsylvania

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Citing serious concerns over the racist application of the death penalty in Pennsylvania, the head of the world’s premier human rights organization visited Pennsylvania’s death row yesterday. Pierre Sane, the secretary general of Amnesty International, met with condemned prisoners Mumia Abu-Jamal and Scott Blystone at State Correctional Institute Greene in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. SCI Greene houses 107 of the state’s 232 condemned prisoners.

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  • Pierre Sane, the Secretary General of Amnesty International

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