Vanderbilt Law School Presentation on the Death Penalty Case of Abu Ali Abdur’Rahman

Thank you to everyone who came out to Brad MacLean’s presentation on the case of Abu Ali Abdur’Rahman at the Vanderbilt Law School yesterday.  Over 90 people were in attendance, and many signed the petition to grant clemency to Abu Ali.  The event was sponsored by  Vanderbilt Law Students for Social Justice and the Criminal Law Association.

If you would like to book a presentation from Abdur’Rahman clemency team at your campus, church or community organization, please contact Lisa Guenther at lisa.guenther@vanderbilt.edu or Brad MacLean at macleanb@tnpcdo.net.

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