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Ohio has found it harder and harder to execute its death row inmates, and so the answer has been to make the process secretive. The problem began when the pharmaceutical companies, whose drugs were being used for executions, decided they didn’t like their drugs being administered on death row, so they stopped the supply line. 337 more words
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Several readers have asked why the prosecution did not seek the death penalty in the Michael Dunn case.
It is not a death-penalty case. 430 more words
(This my newsletter article for the AMICUS September Newsletter)
The Fault in Our System
The case of Henry McCollum and Leon Brown is a textbook example of everything that can go wrong in a justice system that allows the death penalty. 445 more words