In this Arizona premiere, the colorful, perpetually rumpled defense lawyer, William Kunstler — whose best-known clients included the Catonsville 9, the Chicago 7, inmates involved in the Attica prison riots, members of the American Indian Movement at Wounded Knee and, later in his career, John Gotti and Yusef Salaam— is presenting a lecture at a law school on his place in civil rights law and his often unconventional style. However, tensions on campus are flaring as demonstrators are vociferously protesting his presence. Can Kunstler make a case for his place in history for his role in the Civil Rights Movement?
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