A Case for Reasonable Doubt
Radio documentary produced by Noelle Hanrahan from the film produced by John Edginton and co-produced by Sarah Teale for Otmoor Productions broadcast HBO and channel 4 (UK)
Mumia Abu-Jamal is an award-winning journalist and radio reporter. He was President of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists. In 1982 he was sentenced to death for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer. On-going attempts, based on new and suppressed evidence, to secure him a new trial have thus far failed. His case has sparked demonstrations and the formation of support groups throughout the world. His prison writings have been published in The Nation and the Yale Law Review. His radio commentaries were to have been broadcast by National Public Radio but were abruptly canceled. He’s the author of Live from Death Row and Death Blossoms.