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Capital Punishment Project (CPP) Director John Holdridge was interviewed on May 8, 2008, by Jacque Reid of the Tom Joyner Morning Show (TJMS). The TJMS is one of the most influential programs on urban radio. During the segment called “Inside Story with Jacque Reid,” John discussed the inherent problems of racial biases and disparities in the United States capital punishment system. Ms. Reid spoke about the release of Levon “Bo” Jones, the 129th person freed from death row since 1973, and a client of the ACLU CPP.