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July 2, 2011 (Washington, DC)  Nathson "Nate" Fields, 57, speaks at the 18th Annual "Starvin for Justice '11" rally to abolish the death penalty.   Nathson spent 11 years on death row in Illinois before he was found not guilty in 2009.  Thomas J. Mahoney, the trial court judge in Fields' initial trial accepted a $10,000 bribe to influence his decision in the case and was later indicted.  July 2, 2011, marks the 35th anniversary of the 1976 Gregg v. Georgia decision, which allowed executions in the United States to resume.  (Photo: Don Baxter/Media Images International)

  
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Starvin For Justice '11

July 2, 2011 (Washington, DC) Nathson "Nate" Fields, 57, speaks at the 18th Annual "Starvin for Justice '11" rally to abolish the death penalty. Nathson spent 11 years on death row in Illinois before he was found not guilty in 2009. Thomas J. Mahoney, the trial court judge in Fields' initial trial accepted a $10,000 bribe to influence his decision in the case and was later indicted. July 2, 2011, marks the 35th anniversary of the 1976 Gregg v. Georgia decision, which allowed executions in the United States to resume. (Photo: Don Baxter/Media Images International)

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