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September 11, 2006

Monday morning sentencing headlines

Thanks for How Appealing and other sources, here are some interesting and diverse Monday morning sentencing headlines:

  • From the Houston Chronicle here, "As his execution nears, an inmate opens up; The ex-crack addict asks: How much remorse is enough for crime?".
  • From the Washington Post here, "Sex Offender Sues Va. to Keep Name off Web."
  • From the Sydney Morning Herald here, "Husband cooker loses plea."

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