Oct 9, 2009
The true story of a young black man who was executed for murder and an old gangster who wasn't.  You decide who got the better of it. by J.J. Maloney When I got to work that evening, in 1967, the ward was empty except for old Tony, who hadn't spoken an intelligible...
Oct 3, 2009
James Earl Ray From the viewpoint of a man who served time with Ray in prison, then went on to become a journalist, and continued to follow the case, with some emphasis on Ray's mentality, how he escaped from prison, and why there is reason to believe white supremacists...
Apr 25, 2009
  Albert Bradford: a/k/a Malik Hakim The story of Albert Bradford, a talented and charismatic man who went to prison at the age of 17 with three life sentences for rape, transformed himself into an artist of note and a leader of men -- then committed his most heinous...
Apr 24, 2009
April 5, 2009 Mumia Abu-Jamal's 27 years on Death Row for a murder he did not commit would have turned almost anyone else into an embittered, defeated man. Instead, he has remained what he always was, "the voice of the voiceless," as he demonstrates yet again in his most...