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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Gas Chambers, Electric Chair, Firing Squads Coming Back, Even Asphyxiation is OKed, as Executions Go Retro Because of Shortage of Injectable Death Penalty Drugs, But There is a Simple Well-Tested Solution
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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Lethal Injection Reactions and Mishaps Can Easily Be Eliminated By Using Pills
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By Jeanmarie Simpson
Mary's Joy departs for the UK February 12. Final "new world" performance at Toronto Friends Meeting February 8.
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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Firing Squads are “Foolproof” but “Brutal,” says Federal Judge - Pills Work Better, Says Public Interest Law Professor
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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Another apparent botched execution, in Arizona, in which the inmate reportedly took nearly two hours to die - and in which a federal judge has ordered physical evidence from him to be preserved - may halt lethal injections for some time
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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
It’s Easy to Avoid All Lethal Injection Problems by Using Barbiturate Pills
By Taylor & Taylor Attorneys
The “Death is Different” Conference in Orlando was attended by Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. of Taylor & Taylor Attorneys of St. Augustine
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By Leff & Associates
Georgia Advocates to Present Suggested Changes to Burden of Proof Requirements to Protect Those with Intellectual Disabilities
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By Leff & Associates
As Georgia Prepares for July 15 Scheduled Execution of Warren Hill, New Survey Shows Georgians Support Changing Death Penalty Statute for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
Arkansas has become the latest state to have its capital punishment laws thwarted by drug companies seeking to prevent their products from being used in lethal injections, but there may be a simple legal alternative

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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Gas Chambers, Electric Chair, Firing Squads Coming Back, Even Asphyxiation is OKed, as Executions Go Retro Because of Shortage of Injectable Death Penalty Drugs, But There is a Simple Well-Tested Solution
12438022
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Lethal Injection Reactions and Mishaps Can Easily Be Eliminated By Using Pills
12421337
By Jeanmarie Simpson
Mary's Joy departs for the UK February 12. Final "new world" performance at Toronto Friends Meeting February 8.
By Jeanmarie Simpson
Jeanmarie Simpson interviewed by journalist, Kevin S. Giles.
12352439
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Firing Squads are “Foolproof” but “Brutal,” says Federal Judge - Pills Work Better, Says Public Interest Law Professor
12351917
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Another apparent botched execution, in Arizona, in which the inmate reportedly took nearly two hours to die - and in which a federal judge has ordered physical evidence from him to be preserved - may halt lethal injections for some time
12327079
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
It’s Easy to Avoid All Lethal Injection Problems by Using Barbiturate Pills
By Taylor & Taylor Attorneys
The “Death is Different” Conference in Orlando was attended by Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. of Taylor & Taylor Attorneys of St. Augustine
12229254
By Leff & Associates
Georgia Advocates to Present Suggested Changes to Burden of Proof Requirements to Protect Those with Intellectual Disabilities
12172873
By Leff & Associates
As Georgia Prepares for July 15 Scheduled Execution of Warren Hill, New Survey Shows Georgians Support Changing Death Penalty Statute for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
By Professor John Banzhaf, GWU Law School
Arkansas has become the latest state to have its capital punishment laws thwarted by drug companies seeking to prevent their products from being used in lethal injections, but there may be a simple legal alternative
By The Other Death Penalty Project
The Other Death Penalty Project (TODPP) is a grassroots campaign comprised wholly of men and women sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. They work to relieve tens of thousands from a slow painful execution in prisons across America.
By Broadwater Books
Award-winning author Robert Banfelder's newest thriller was inspired by the Robert Shulman serial killer trial, which gripped Long Island, NY residents in the 90's.
By Robert Will Defense Committee
Robert Will's death penalty appeal being reviewed by the US District Court under Martinez v. Ryan decision.
By Death Row Stories
Take a peek into the mind of a death rw inmae as he tells the tale of a brutal and bloody life comparable to that movies like Saw and Hostel. This is not for the meek of heart.
By deathrowstories.webs.com
Reach into the mind of a killer; reach into the 6x9 cells these killers inhabit 23 of 24 hours a day. See their artwork sketched on scraps of paper and cardboard; read their hand-written words; understand these are men who walked along side us.
By Richard Cassone
Humorist and raconteur Osgood Phyrr, convicted last year of murdering his wife and dancing with a stuffed alligator, will be electrocuted in New York at 12:00am April 15th, 1929.
By California Communities United Institute
There may be an ititiative on the November 2012 ballot to end the death penalty in California This release discusses the evidence that suggests the death penalty should be ended.
By ImaginePublicity
Diane Fanning, true crime author and novelist, is in high demand for commentary on the high profile trial of Casey Anthony.
By ImaginePublicity
Author of book about Caylee Anthony appearing on national television
By Students for Life of Illinois
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed a bill outlawing the death penalty and commuted fifteen inmates on death row to life in prison without parole. Students for Life of Illinois commends this action to protect life as a step in the right direction.
By Los Angeles Professional Express - Multiwave, Inc.
September 30, 2010 - LOS ANGELES - Yesterday, family of San Francisco police officer killed in line of duty says D.A. Harris has “arrogant contempt for sacrifice of law enforcement officers.”
By Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
Gregory Wilson's case demonstrate the flaws in Kentucky’s death penalty system: his codefendant was having a sexual affair with a judge, his defense was inadequate, and the state will be relying on an about-to-expire sedative during the execution.
By Smashwords.com
The ebook "The Cowboy Chronicles" was published by Smashwords.com
By Pat Delahanty
The Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (KCADP) is dismayed by Attorney General and U.S. Senate candidate Jack Conway’s irresponsible request that Gov. Steve Beshear sign execution warrants for three Kentucky death row inmates.
By Zach Everson
Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, group working to find alternative to capital punishment, unveils new logo.
By The Progressive Christian Alliance
The Progressive Christian Alliance issues a statement challenging all to adopt a "life-positive" worldview which is respective of poverty, wars, hunger, injustice and reproductive health.
By The Wakeman Agency
ONE:The Digital Dialog takes a look at Capital Punishment from the Christain, Jewish and Muslim perspectives.

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