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Alexander: Death Row, Many Challenges (tags)
The U.S. Supreme Court made two important decisions on the death penalty that will impact the fate of hundreds of men and women that are on death rows nationwide. Stewart Alexander, Candidate for California Lieutenant Governor, says, “I respect the decisions made by the U.S. Supreme Court, however the entire process of capital punishment in America is flawed.
Death Penalty Issue Still Alive (tags)
The California death penalty has a temporary moratorium resulting from medical professionals refusing to participate in the execution of Michael Morales. Now is the time to examine the failures of capital punishment and how the criminal justice system is completely out of control in California and America.
Little Hope Left For Morales (tags)
Michael Morales is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection early Tuesday morning; however there is little hope that he will be granted clemency. "Schwarzenegger is now playing his favorite role as governor and it's another version of the terminator", says Alexander.
Capital Punishment - Big Decision for Governor (tags)
Schwarzenegger has time to save the life of Michael Morales before his execution date which is scheduled for February 17, 2006.
GOVERNOR SIDE STEPING DEATH PENALTY (tags)
Governor Schwarzenegger is now preparing for the November 2006 election by side steping the death penalty issue.
A macabre flight of fancy (tags)
HOW ARE WE SERVING JUSTICE? (tags)
January 17 is the scheduled execution day of Clarence Ray Allen however this event demonstrates how callus and unmerciful we have become as a society. Here is a man that is dying and now we are preparing to take his life. The system is not working.
Stop execution by the state: Save Clarence Ray Allen (tags)
Clarence Ray Allen, a Choctaw Indian, faces execution in California on Jan. 17, 2006. Allen’s execution date is the day after his 76th birthday. 75-year-old Allen uses a wheelchair to get around. His advance case of diabetes has left him blind.
Former San Quentin prison warden opposes the execution (on 1/17) of Clarence Ray Allen (tags)
Allen's capital crimes were repugnant, but they bear little on the assessment of the threat he poses. They occurred long ago and under very different circumstances.... It will be particularly difficult for the execution of Allen to be accomplished in a dignified way.... Must we insist on dragging a dying man out of the hospital just so we can inject the chemicals that will kill him a little bit sooner? ...sparing Allen from execution would be an act of decency, compassion and justice.