Ex-Executioner featured on “Story of God”

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Former Virginia Corrections Officer (executed 60+) and Death Penalty Action Advisory Board Member Jerry Givens will be featured in next week’s episode of Morgan Freeman’s “Story of God” series on the National Geographic channel. DPA co-director Scott Langley provided several photos from Jerry’s appearance at the 2011 Fast and Vigil for the segment. The episode (Season 3, Episode 4) is scheduled to air on March 26th at 9 pm eastern / 8:00 pm central. Check it out! (LINK TO WATCH: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/tv/the-story-of-god-with-morgan-freeman/)

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