Murder victim’s sister feels execution wouldn’t help

Suzanne Steckler, sister of murder victim Jon Steckler, is reported to have said “(An execution) doesn’t bring our brother back. Because of that, we don’t wish that ill will on anyone else’s family. I don’t believe (Manning’s) death helps us in one way or another.”

See Death Penalty Harm.

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