Convicted Philly cop killer’s talk to college kids sparked outrage

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The convicted cop-killer, once on Death Row, addressed 20 graduates of his alma mater, Goddard College in Vermont. The action sparked reams of protests by police in Philadelphia and outside the gates of the school. Following that, Pennsylvania passed a law restricting convicts’ speech rights. And then came a lawsuit from Mumia himself.


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