Death Penalty: If This Train Is Moving, Why Isn’t The Scenery Changing?

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We are still pondering the Death Penalty Information Center’s 2014 year-end report. The organization found that the number of executions and death sentences decreased nationwide last year to levels the country hasn’t seen in decades. And, the numbers have been declining steadily over the past several years. For opponents of capital punishment, this is clearly
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Death Penalty Report: The Only Change, Really, Is In The Numbers

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The Death Penalty Information Center recently published its annual report on executions in the U.S. The statistics are telling — as is the reporting about the statistics — and timely. We found it dovetailed nicely with another story. More on that in a bit. Nationwide, DPIC says, there were 35 executions in 2014. Not only
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