SOURCE: Washington Post
Some community members still talk about the negative impression left by the horrific crime and legal aftermath.
SOURCE: New Yorker
by Jeffrey Toobin
In Alabama, Bryan Stevenson is saving inmates from execution and memorializing the darkest episodes of America’s past.
by Anthony Galvin
George Stinney was one of the 4% of executed people who are completely innocent. His crime was being black in the forties. He was 14.
SOURCE: The Baltimore Sun
by Jonathan Zimmerman
We have spent two centuries trying to put people to death without putting them in discomfort. And it hasn't worked.
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