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Shows featuring Robert Bryan

  • Following Mixed Court Ruling, Mumia Abu-Jamal’s Lead Attorney Maintains Hope for Overturning Conviction Mumiaweb
    A federal appeals court Thursday refused to overturn the conviction of imprisoned journalist and former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal and rejected his call for a new trial. However, the long-awaited ruling said Abu-Jamal, who has been on death row for twenty-six years, deserves a new sentencing hearing because of flawed jury instructions. If he is re-sentenced, he will face either death or life...
    March 28, 2008 | Story
  • Citing Racist Bias, Attorneys for Mumia Abu-Jamal Urge a Federal Appeals Court to Grant the Former Black Panther a New Trial Mumiacuffs
    Attorney Robert Bryan says a racist judge and racist jury practices contributed to the sentencing of Abu-Jamal to death row. Bryan joins us in New York one day after he argued before the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia. [includes rush transcript]
    May 18, 2007 | Story
  • CIA Confirmation Hearing of Anthony Lake
    Today is the third day of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s
    confirmation hearings on President Clinton’s nominee for director
    of Central Intelligence — Anthony Lake.

    Led by Alabama Republican Richard Shelby who chairs the Senate
    Intelligence Committee, Senators have fired questions at Lake about
    everything from the baseball team he supports to Iranian arms
    shipments to Bosnia....

    March 13, 1997 | Story