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September 26, 2011


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Matthew Lewis

Speaking of exonerating evidence, it's worth pointing out that at least one SCOTUS Justice doesn't believe that it is the court's place to forbid the execution of a person who has been proven innocent after their trial has concluded: http://www.salon.com/news/politics/war_room/2009/08/18/scotus

Needless to say, my view is different, and this adds to the reasons I oppose the death penalty in all cases.

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