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Amnesty International urges the State to not appeal Albert Woodfox's overturned conviction
AI statement reprinted by Angola 3 News
In response to Judge Brady's ruling this week that overturned Albert Woodfox's conviction for a third time, Amnesty International has released a new statement calling on the Louisiana Attorney General to not appeal Brady's ruling to the Fifth Circuit Court. The complete Amnesty statement is reprinted below. Once again, we want to thank A3 supporters for all of the help in getting us this far. This is now a critical moment and in the coming days we will keep you updated on further developments.

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