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December 5, 2005

Debating religion and the death penalty

The Baltimore Sun this morning has this interesting article, entitled "Faithful split on death penalty," which details that, as a scheduled execution approaches in Maryland, "the religious are lining up on both sides of the capital punishment debate."  As detailed in the posts linked below, I always find the intersection of religion and criminal justice issues very interesting:

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Good morning, Doc. In that vein, I recently posted this article on the religious basis for requiring corroboration for eyewitness testimony in capital and other criminal cases in the wake of the Ruben Cantu debacle, see:

http://gritsforbreakfast.blogspot.com/2005/11/requiring-corroboration-for-eyewitness.html

Posted by: Scott | Dec 5, 2005 9:45:31 AM

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