Journalists join lawsuit targeting Pa’s controversial Revictimization Relief Act

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    Mumia supporters clash with event attendees at a bill signing on the street where Daniel Faulkner was killed. (KImberly Paynter/WHYY)

    Mumia supporters clash with event attendees at a bill signing on the street where Daniel Faulkner was killed. (KImberly Paynter/WHYY)

    The Revictimization Relief Act was signed into law by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett in October in response to high profile convicted murderer Mumia Abu Jamal’s recorded commencement speech at Goddard College.  And now, several journalists are among plaintiffs looking to overturn the law in a suit in federal court.  Among them is freelance writer Christopher Moraff.  He spoke with NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller.

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