NAACP Press Conference on the Scott Sisters

September 16, 2010 / By Eric Wingerter, Director of NAACP Web Campaigns and New Media

On Tueday, September 14 NAACP President & CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous requested a pardon from Governor Haley Barbour Tuesday for two sisters incarcerated since 1994 despite troubling questions regarding the accuracy of witness testimony, possible coercion and potential racial bias. Watch the video:


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