Nearly a quarter century has passed since Mumia Abu-Jamal was convicted and sentenced to die for the murder of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner, and in that time his case has become perhaps the world’s most closely watched death penalty case.

In December 2001, a federal judge overturned Abu-Jamal’s death sentence due to confusing jury instructions, but upheld his conviction.

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