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Wrongly convicted woman fights US death penalty

By Imogen Lamb

Gloria Killian was released from prison in the United States in 2002 after serving over 17 years of a sentence of 32 years to life. Her conviction was overturned when an appeal court   determined that it was based solely on perjured testimony. Gloria Killian has since founded the Action Committee for Women in Prison and campaigns against the death penalty.

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