Monday, March 18 at 7pm • All Saints Cinema • 918 1/2 Railroad Avenue
In the Executioner’s Shadow casts a penetrating look at the consequences of the death penalty through three powerful stories – the rare perspective of a former state executioner who comes within days of executing an innocent person; a Boston Marathon bombing victim who struggles to decide what justice really means; and the parents of a murder victim who choose to fight for the life of their daughter’s killer. As the battle to overturn capital punishment comes to a head in the U.S., this provocative film challenges viewers to question their deepest beliefs about justice. In the Executioner’s Shadow illuminates the oft hidden realities entangled in death row, the death penalty, and the U.S. Justice system at large.
Following the film there will be a panel discussion moderated by Mike Vasilinda, Capital News Service.
Ingrid Delgado, Florida Catholic Conference, Associate for Social Concerns
Christine Henderson, Campaign Organizer Equal Justice USA
Ron Wright, former Air Force Sergeant and former Orange County Deputy Sheriff and 27th person exonerated and released from Florida’s Death Row
American Civil Liberties Union
Equal Justice USA
Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
Tallahassee Citizens Against the Death Penalty
Witness to Innocence