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Illinois / Death Penalty / Ryan's Pardons / Two Men #719708

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 16, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The decision by Illinois Governor George Ryan to pardon four men & commute the sentences of those on death row noted.

(Chicago: Jeff Flock) The stories of two men on death row presented; scenes shown from the prison. [Former death row inmate Renaldo HUDSON†- says life without parole is a terrible thing; admits he stabbed a man to death, but he is now full of hope.] [October 10, 2002, RYAN - says Hudson committed a terrible crime.] [Former death row inmate Ronald KLINER†- proclaims his innocence.] [On Friday, pardoned inmate Aaron PATTERSON†- says Kliner is innocent.]

Brown, Aaron;
Flock, Jeff

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