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Justice & Punishment

The Death Penalty’s Future?
3 years ago

The Death Penalty’s Future?

It’s never been done before. It’s possible it will never be used. But, only days ago, Oklahoma legislators voted to adopt the use of a nitrogen gas chamber if it …
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The Death Penalty: Stepping Backwards?
3 years ago

The Death Penalty: Stepping Backwards?

Over the last several years, European Union drug companies have been engaged in an active and effective boycott, refusing to sell the drugs used in lethal injections to prisons and …
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Killing Them Softly
3 years ago

Killing Them Softly

On January 16th, 2015 there were two executions scheduled. The US Supreme Court refused in a 5-4 vote to stay the execution of Charles Warner in Oklahoma, the State’s first since its …
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Six Executions in One Day
3 years ago

Six Executions in One Day

Meet Robert Greene Elliott. Family man, devout Methodist, electrical contractor and pipe smoker. He also personally executed 387 people (including 5 women) working as a freelance executioner for six US …
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Love Gone Wrong
3 years ago

Love Gone Wrong

Love is an exciting and daunting journey most people experience at some point during their lives. It could be argued that one of the most potent, and sometimes volatile forms …
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