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November 30, 2005

December dramas for the death penalty

As detailed in this post, December 2004 was quite notable because it was the first month in over a decade in which no person was executed inthe United States.  December 2005 is also shaping up to be a noteworthy month for the death penalty for somewhat different reasons:

The Death Penalty Information Center continues to be one of the best places to follow all the action; the DPIC's What's New page always has interesting updates and information.

November 30, 2005 at 06:46 PM | Permalink

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