Members of the local Amnesty International group thank those of you who joined their efforts to bring hope and human contact to a small group of people from around the world whose human rights are being severely jeopardized. We have now learned that one of those people, Femi Peters, who Amnesty International had designated to be a “Prisoner of Conscience,” is now free. He was released by the Gam- bian government on Dec. 10, Human Rights Day, months before he was originally scheduled to be freed.
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