About Justice for Police Officer Daniel Faulkner
In 1998, Maureen Faulkner and a group of friends founded Justice for Police Officer Daniel Faulkner, a 501c(3) non-profit organized to honor her slain husband Danny’s memory and to combat the propaganda of those seeking to free the man who murdered him.
Although Danny Faulkner was murdered 30 years ago, and his killer was convicted and sentenced to death, the Faulkner family must face a seemingly never ending legal battle. Despite numerous attempts by Abu-Jamal’s supporters to overturn the verdict, it has withstood the test of time, and he remains on death row. Without the support of Justice for Police Officer Daniel Faulkner, the Faulkner family – and specifically Maureen – could not afford to keep up the vigilant fight.
Abu-Jamal Moved to Prison Northwest of Philly Convicted killer moved to medium-security prison
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Decision on Mumia Abu-Jamal Sentence
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The Pulse: After husband is murdered, 30 long years of phone calls
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