Death penalty

Florida courtoom makes mockery of a circus

Of all the outrages that occurred during the kangaroo court that was the George Zimmerman trial, here's the one that most sticks in my craw. The judge allowed a "close friend" of Zimmerman's to claim in testimony that his experience as a soldier during the invasion of Vietnam (nb. at least 40 years ago) left him with the ability to recognize the voices of people who are in great distress.

Another Willie Jerome Manning tragedy: DNA testing won't help

Recently my Facebook news feed has been alive with concern about the impending execution of one Willie Jerome Manning in the State of Mississippi.

And these are important concerns. The US justice system has established a shameful record of wrongful convictions and executions. Groups like the "Innocence Project," very active on the Manning case, have done the US justice system a great service, preventing that system from putting to death dozens of wrongly convicted people.

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