Woman On Death Row Eligible For Release In 2012
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Gaile Owens was a mere 77 days from being the first woman to be put to death in Tennessee in almost 200 years when Gov.Full Story
#1 Jul 16, 2010
Did her husband get a new life? Is he still dead? Why should she be given this second chance? Next, she will be out of prison starting her life over again. This is why I believe in the death penalty for those who kill and it should take place withing two to three years. This long drawn out process makes a mockery of our system. Wrong, Wrong, Wrong. The husband would like to have lived longer. Who is standing up for him?
We wonder why people kill so often in the United States. Most know they will get out of prison regardless of the sentence handed down. My students, all gang members, said they didn't care what they did as youths as their records would be expunged at 21. They all stated as adults they would be let out of prison for murder or any other crime. None believed they would stay in prison for any length of time. This just proves their beliefs. Shame on the Governor.
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