Pardons don't change Heineman's view on death penalty
Governor Dave Heineman says the pardoning of five people wrongfully convicted in a 1985 Beatrice murder does not change his opinion about the death penalty or the need to adopt a constitutional method of ...
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#1 Jan 27, 2009
Good because those people that were pardoned, they probably robbed her and probably killed her they just didnt do the dirty deed while she was dead, he got in somehow.
Since: Jul 08
#2 Jan 27, 2009
I can't imagine the relief they must feel.
But after that subsided, I'd feel blind rage at being locked up for that long, had I not actually committed the murder.
I think each person should receive 3 or 4 times the national average salary for each year they were locked up. That's a good chunk of their lives that's just completely gone.
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