The Politics of Death: Throwing Mumia Abu-Jamal Under the Bus By Dave Lindorff

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David Lindorff's, The Politics of Death: Throwing Mumia Abu-Jamal Under the Bus, is an excellent exposure of the "secret memo," and how it came to be that a few leaders of the anti-death penalty movement--acting independently of their own members and boards of directors--turned their backs on the world's best-known death-row prisoner, Mumia Abu-Jamal. We find it interesting that these "leaders," identified here by Lindorff, should have picked the completely innocent Abu-Jamal to try to exclude from mention by the abolitionist movement.
The Labor Action Committee To Free Mumia Abu-Jamal stands squarely on the conclusion, based on the evidence, that Mumia Abu-Jamal is completely innocent of the murder charge for which he was convicted in 1982. While we have had our differences on this point with Lindorff in the past, we salute him here for this excellent denunciation of those who would treat his threatened execution--and his innocence--as if it was nothing.
(The text of the "Secret Memo" follows below the article.)
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