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Freed Police Torture Victims Speak Out

When: Fri., Dec. 4, 12 p.m. 2009

Freed Torture Victims Speak Out: Mark Clements with Ronald Kitchen and Marvin Reeves. Friday, Dec 4, noon - 2pm University of Chicago Community Lounge Multicultural Student Affairs, 5710 Woodlawn Mark Clements is finally free after 28 years in prison. He is a victim of torture at the hands of Chicago police and was incarcerated at age 16 for a crime he did not commit. He is one of Chicago's youngest police torture victims and one of the first juveniles to be sentenced to "natural life" in prison. He is fighting for justice for himself and other victims of police torture. Ronald Kitchen and Marvin Reeves were freed from an Illinois prison on July 7 after nearly two decades of false imprisonment. Come here former prisoners speak out about injustice and what we can do about it. Campaign to End the Death Penalty

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