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September 26, 2011


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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