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MSNBC buys Atlas Media’s feature doc

The US television rights of Atlas Media Corp.'s doc Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead has been sold to MSNBC, announced Atlas president and executive producer of the film, Bruce David Klein. The documentary follows the surprising friendship of pro-death penalty crusader Robert Blecker and a death row inmate.
March 24, 2009

The US television rights of Atlas Media Corp.’s doc Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead has been sold to MSNBC, announced Atlas president and executive producer of the film, Bruce David Klein. The documentary follows the surprising friendship of pro-death penalty crusader Robert Blecker and a death row inmate.

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