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Innocent lives

Play makes case that men were executed wrongly

1:08 PM, Apr. 17, 2013
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A wrongly accused man faces death by lethal injection in "Death of Innocents," a play by Sister Helen Prejean being presented this week by Wausau's River District Theatre.

Prejean, a Catholic nun and anti-death penalty activist is known for her book "Dead Man Walking," which became an Oscar-winning film. "Death of Innocents" is based on her experience and recounts her relationship with Dobie Gillis Williams, who was executed in Louisiana in 2005 for a crime Prejean says he did not commit. It is an intense, unyielding look at the flaws and the imbalances in the justice system.

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