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The Slow Death of the Death Penalty in the U.S.A

  • Events
  • 26 Jan 2018

The Death Penalty Project is hosting a talk by Professor Michael L. Radelet, University of Colorado Boulder and Elizabeth Zitrin, Vice- Chair, Witness to Innocence and former President of the World Coalition against the Death Penalty.

Date: Tuesday 13th February

Time: 6pm (Talk starts at 6.30pm)

Location: Simons, Muirhead & Burton Solicitors, 8-9 Frith Street, London, W1D 3JB

Please RSVP to events@deathpenaltyproject.org by Tuesday 6th February

 

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