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Death Row Inmates Call Off Hunger Strike

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Dozens of death row inmates at Green penitentiary in Pennsylvania called off their hunger strike yesterday after authorities agreed to lift draconian new prison rules. The regulations severely restrict inmates’ access to legal materials as well as the commissary.

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Steve Wiser, the spiritual advisor of Mumia Abu-Jamal and member of the Christian Bruderhof community.

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