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Exonerated movie with LI Exoneree Marty Tankleff speaking 9/25/08

New Yorkers Against the Death Penalty
www.nyadp.org info@nyadp.org
518 453 6797

Thursday, September 25, 2008 @ 7:00pm
Huntington Cinema Arts Centre (directions below)

Join The League of Women Voters and New Yorkers Against the Death Penalty for a special screening on of the award-winning film The Exonerated, featuring Susan Sarandon, Danny Glover, Aidan Quinn, Brian Dennehy and Delroy Lindoy, followed by a talk with Marty Tankleff, whose case has brought national attention. A reception with wine and cheese will follow. Donations ($12) at door highly encouraged.

Marty Tankleff had just turned 17 when he was arrested for killing his parents, Seymour and Arlene Tankleff, in their home on Long Island, NY. Based on a dubious, unsigned “confession” extracted from him following hours of interrogation by a detective with a questionable background, Marty was convicted and sentenced to 50 years to life. After 17 years in prison, Marty’s conviction was vacated by the New York State Appellate Division, Second Department, in December of 2007. On July 22, 2008, a judge signed off on a motion by Attorney General Andrew Cuomo to dismiss all charges against Marty.

Directions:
Huntington Cinema Arts Centre is located on the historic Village Green in Huntington Village, at the intersection of Park Avenue and Main Street (25A). www.cinemaartscentre.org

Driving from the west LIE east to Exit 49N (RT-110 N) or the Northern State
Parkway east to Exit 40 (RT-110 N/Walt Whitman Rd). Follow RT. 110/Walt Whitman
Rd. north approximately 5 miles (RT-110/Walt Whitman Rd. becomes New York Ave.)
to RT-25A/Main Street in Huntington. Make a right turn. The third traffic light
will be Park Ave. Make another right turn. The entrance to the Cinema Arts
Centre is the first driveway on the right.

Driving from the east L.I.E. west to exit 51. Make right turn off service road
or take Northern State west to Exit 42 North, Huntington, Rte. 35 (Rte. 35
becomes Park Ave. after Jericho Turnpike). Proceed to L.I.R.R. crossing, then
go three traffic lights. Just after the third light, CAC is the first driveway
on the left.

Taking train, from New York City From Penn Station (34th Street and 7th Avenue)
take the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) to Huntington.

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