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“Joe Amrine selected the music for his funeral service. He wasn’t sick, nor was he elderly. He was on Missouri’s death row awaiting lethal injection.”

From the St. Louis Review, Joseph Kenny writes about both the human experience of death row exonerees and the legislative side of abolishment.

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May 26, 2017

Wrongful convictions: From death row to freedom

“Joe Amrine selected the music for his funeral service. He wasn’t sick, nor was he elderly. He was on Missouri’s death row awaiting lethal injection.” From […]
May 26, 2017

U.S. Supreme Court Lets Stand Florida Decision Barring Death Sentences Based on Non-Unanimous Jury Votes

Via DPIC: On May 22, the U.S. Supreme Court denied Florida‘s petition for a writ of certiorari in Florida v. Hurst, refusing to disturb a decision of […]
May 26, 2017

2017 MADP Annual Meeting – The Death Penalty: A Public Program of Victimization

The Death Penalty: A Public Program of Victimization Missourians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty is sponsoring “The Death Penalty: A Public Program of Victimization”, on […]
May 24, 2017

Death penalty overturned for third time for man convicted of murdering De Soto couple in 1996

St. Louis Post-Dispatch – A federal judge overturned the death sentence of Carman Deck in the 4/13/17 ruling, and ordered him to serve a life sentence […]