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November 4, 2007

Lots of capital news that's fit to print (and blog about)

The New York Times this morning has these three piece covering notable aspects of the modern administration of the death penalty:

These articles and many other recent developments are covered in the recent strong blog work of Karl Keys at Capital Defense Weekly.  Also, StandDown Texas Project has collected lots of the media coverage of lethal injection issues.

So, it seems that the mere fact that there are no executions these days is not stopping the media or the bloggers from providing copious coverage of capital case concerns.

UPDATE: How Appealing has links to lots more media coverage of lethal injection issues here and here.

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As always, thanks for the kind words.

- k

Posted by: karl | Nov 4, 2007 5:05:43 PM

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