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Death Penalty - Two exonorees speak about their experience of a justice system that failed them

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Sunny Jacobs was wrongfully convicted and sentenced to death for the shooting of 2 police officers in Florida. In spite of evidence of his innocence, her partner, Jesse Tafero was executed by electric chair and it took 17 years for Sunny to be released

Peter Pringle was wrongfully convicted of killing a police officer in Ireland and sentenced to death. He was exonerated in 1995. Since his case it has been written into the Irish Constitution that the Death Penalty may never be reinstated.

A joint event between Amnesty International, Lifelines and Amicus, this is your chance to hear from the people behind the issue. Come and debate the death penalty, whatever your views may be.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Amnesty International series.

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