Amnesty International has created a petition for Albert Woodfox, who has spent 41 years in solitary confinement, from the 1972 conviction of murdering a guard at Angola. The court has since then, reversed its decision – on several occasions – but the Attorney General of the state of Louisiana has stubbornly appealed, each ruling. This petition is asking that he cease his appeals.
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