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VIDEO: "This government, using corporate media, is laying the groundwork for a murder"

The new video features a shortened slide show presentation of the newly discovered crime scene photos taken by press-photographer Pedro Polakoff, as well as Pam Africa, David A. Love, Linn Washington Jr, and Dave Lindorff. Also interesting is the exchange between the Reuters journalist covering the press conference, and the panel, as he questions them about why it took so long for the photos to emerge publicly as they are now.
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"This government, using corporate media, is laying the groundwork for a murder"

—Journalists for Mumia Abu-Jamal releases a new EDITED video of the Dec. 4 "Murdered by Mumia?" press conference

(VIEW PARTS ONE AND TWO)

The new video features a shortened slide show presentation of the newly discovered crime scene photos taken by press-photographer Pedro Polakoff, as well as Pam Africa, David A. Love, Linn Washington Jr, and Dave Lindorff. Also interesting is the exchange between the Reuters journalist covering the press conference, and the panel, as he questions them about why it took so long for the photos to emerge publicly as they are now. Later that day, his article was published as "Abu Jamal backers say new evidence merits retrial".

Our recent slideshow presentation of the newly discovered crime scene photos is now available on You Tube and Google Video.

The Dec.4 "Murdered by Mumia?" press conference organized by Journalists for Mumia, is available UNEDITED in two parts on Google Video (1/2, 2/2) and in 11 parts on You Tube: Hans Bennett, David A. Love, Dave Lindorff (1/2, 2/2), Linn Washington, Jr. (1/2, 2/2), Pam Africa (1/2, 2/2), and questions about The Polakoff Photos (1/2, 2/2), Media Bias, and The May 17 Oral Arguments.

Watch the Dec.6 Today Show that broadcasted the Polakoff photos and broke the year-long mainstream media blackout.

 
 

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