Trial challenging state's death penalty to start
One of the most unusual trials in recent memory in Connecticut is set to begin this week, when seven of the 11 men on the state's death row will be brought into a makeshift courtroom at a prison in Somers as they challenge the fairness of the death penalty.
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#1 Sep 4, 2012
It gulls me when a person murders one or several other people yet they don't want to die themselves. How 'bout the innocents that they so brutally slaughtered? What about the families (who deserve justice) that they have permanently disrupted? Clowns!! This is just their way to #1-stall the inevitable and #2- to get out of their cells for a few hours. Whatever!!
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