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Powerless to Help

A few cells away from Willie Manning sits David Cox, who is scheduled to be killed on November 17. At Cox’s trial his lawyers failed to adequately communicate to the jury the impact of the extensive abuse that he suffered … Continue reading

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The Death Penalty: No Place in the Twenty-First Century

The USA is in an increasingly isolated position in tolerating the death penalty: 117 countries last month voted for a global death penalty moratorium, with only 38, including the USA, voting against this. In its opposition America keeps strange company; … Continue reading

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