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PHOTO GALLERY: Activists visit MU to discuss Reggie Clemons case, justice system

Monday, February 20, 2012 | 10:43 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Activists addressed students about the death penalty and the case of Reggie Clemons, who was convicted of murder in 1991, on Monday at on MU's John K. Hulston Hall. Clemons will seek exoneration after his March 5 hearing.

Kathleen Holmes, state coordinator of the Missourians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, speaks to MU students about Reggie Clemons on Monday at John K. Hulston Hall. Clemons was sentenced to death in 1991 for the murders of Robin and Julie Kerry.
Jamala Rogers of the Justice for Reggie Campaign speaks to MU students about the Clemons case and taking a deeper look at the justice system Monday at John K. Hulston Hall. Clemons hopes for exoneration after his hearing scheduled for March 5.
Death penalty exoneree Josh Kezer speaks to students about being smart and making a difference during a discussion on the Reggie Clemons case at John K. Hulston Hall on Monday. Kezer was exonerated of a murder conviction. His conviction is one of 140 death penalty convictions that have been overturned.

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