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May 14, 2006

A set of death penalty headlines

The weekend newspapers bring another set of interesting reports and analyses on the state and fate of capital punishment in the United States:

  • From the Robertson County Times (in Tennessee) here, "21 years after killing, execution days away."
  • From the San Jose Mercury News here, "The debate over lethal injection in California is just the latest move in America's ongoing search for a painless method of execution."
  • From the Terre Haute Tribune Star here, "Death-penalty abolitionists note stay of death sentences."
  • From the Newark Star Ledger here, "Case shows cracks in death penalty system."
  • From the Sacramento Bee here, "Death case appeals hit by forgery allegations."
  • From the AP here, "Inmates waiting to die want more privileges."

May 14, 2006 at 08:40 AM | Permalink


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