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Sunday, October 23

Falsely convicted of murder in 1991, Franky Carrillo spent twenty years in prison before being exonerated and released in 2011. After his release, Carrillo returned to school, obtained a bachelor’s degree from Loyola Marymount University and earlier this year received a $10 million settlement from the County of Los Angeles. An Anti-Death Penalty activist, Carrillo will be with us in the Rector’s Forum on Sunday, October 23 to share his story and his support for Proposition 62 on the November ballot.

Prop 62 – the Justice That Works Act – would replace the death penalty in California with life in prison without parole. Supporters include a broad coalition of former death penalty advocates, victims’ families, wrongly convicted former inmates, law enforcement officials, and faith, labor and civil rights leaders.

Join us at 10:15 a.m. on Sunday, October 23 in the church for this important Forum

For more on Prop 62 visit the Yes on 62 website.
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