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Innocence and the Death Penalty with Six Death Row Exonerees

A session at Anti-Death Penalty Alternative Spring Break

  • Gary Drinkard
  • Shujaa Graham
  • Anthony Graves
  • Albert Burrell
  • Ron Keine
  • Clarence Brandley

Wednesday 16th March, 2011

3:00pm to 4:30pm (CST)

"Day of Innocence" panel discussion with six death row exonerees at 3:00 PM in the Texas Capitol in room E2.026. Six death row exonerees will share their stories about how innocent people can be wrongfully convicted and sent to death row.

Speakers include six innocent, exonerated people who spent 50 years on death row for crimes they did not commit: Anthony Graves, Clarence Brandley, Shujaa Graham, Ron Keine, Gary Drinkard and Albert Burrell. Anthony Graves is the most recent innocent person released from Texas Death Row. He spent 18 years incarcerated in Texas, including 14 years on death row, for a crime he did not commit before he was released on October 27, 2010.

About the speakers

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Gary Drinkard

Innocent man who spent 6 years on death row in Alabama for a crime he did not commit.

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Shujaa Graham

Innocent man who spent three years on death row in California..

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Anthony Graves

Innocent man who spent 18 years incarcerated in Texas, including 14 years on death row, for a crime he did not commit before he

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Albert Burrell

Innocent man who spent 13 years on death row in Louisiana for a crime he did not commit.

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Ron Keine

Innocent man who spent two years on death row in New Mexico for a crime he did not commit.

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Clarence Brandley

Innocent man who spent ten years on death row in Texas.

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Time 3:00pm4:30pm CST

Date Wed 16th March 2011

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