Bloodsworth Screening

Kirk Bloodsworth: Charged, Convicted, Sentenced to Death, Innocent

Special Screening: An Innocent Man

Presented by: Seattle University Criminal Justice Department
November 10, 2015k 6:00 - 9:00 PM

  Location: Seattle University, Pigott Auditorium

Seattle University Department of Criminal Justice, with support from the Arts & Sciences College Events committee, the Gaffney Chair, Pigott-McCone Chair, the Seattle University Philosophy Department, and the Catholic Studies Program, will be showing a special screening of the new film An Innocent Man. The film tells the story of Kirk Bloodsworth's experience after being convicted, sentenced to death row at the Maryland State Penitentiary, and exonerated through DNA evidence. We are honored to have Kirk Bloodsworth on campus for the screening and he will be available after the film for Q&A. In addition, there will be a pre-event opportunity to meet and greet in the Casey Atrium from 4-6 p.m. prior to the screening.

Cost: $10 for members of the community; free for SU students, faculty, and alumni.

For more information contact:

Kate Reynolds (reynoldk@seattleu.edu/ 206-296-5480)

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Jacqueline Helfgott, PhD
Chair
206.296.5477

Jonathan Bechtol
Administrative Assistant
206.296.6339

Andrew Gutzmer
Graduate Program Coordinator
206.296.2139