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Democracy Now : December 16 : The Case Of Geronimo Pratt

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Democracy Now : December 16 : The Case Of Geronimo Pratt
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PZ0287.215
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DEMOCRACY NOW : DECEMBER 16 : THE CASE OF GERMONIMO PRATT / Pacifica Foundation| Produced by Julie Drizin and Amy Goodman| hosted by Amy Goodman. - Democracy Now is a daily election year program which takes an in-depth look at the political landscape and interview visionaries from all walks of life, including members of grassroots organizations who challenge the status quo. - CONTENT: pt.1. Political headlines (3:00) -- pt.2. Geronimo Pratt was accused and convicted of killing a white schoolteacher in Santa Monica, California based on the false testimony of Julius Butler, an informant for the DA. Today a court in Orange County will hold a hearing that could determine whether Pratt will get a new trial| guest Jennifer Pratt, sister of Geronimo and Kathleen Cleaver, former Black Panther and Wesley Swearingen, author of FBI secrets (16:00) -- pt.3. Interview with Geronimo Pratt (19:00) -- pt.4. More on Geronimo Pratt (17:00) - Broadcast on December 16, 1996.

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December 16, 1996
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59:00
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