Former California prisons leader join...

Former California prisons leader joins fight against death penalty

There are 2 comments on the Inside Bay Area story from May 12, 2011, titled Former California prisons leader joins fight against death penalty. In it, Inside Bay Area reports that:

As the clock ticked past midnight and the death chamber phone refused to ring, San Quentin State Prison Warden Jeanne Woodford would calmly signal the executioners to inject a lethal dose of chemicals into the condemned man's veins.

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San Diego, CA

#1 May 13, 2011
You want to see death row vacated? Don't vote for Obama. If not reelected, Obama will commute all death sentences to life imprisonment. Some may even get a pardon. Its only a question of whether he does it in 2012 or 2016.

United States

#2 May 13, 2011
This is what happens with a warm and cuddly upbringing. A foolish and guilt ridden society of gutless leaders. It's been pretty bad for a while now (90s to current) and will only get worse with the late stage baby boomer's in power.

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