152 Innocents, Marked for Death

Over the past 42 years, someone on death row has been exonerated, on average, every three months. Credit Amber Hunt/Associated Press

Over the past 42 years, someone on death row has been exonerated, on average, every three months. Credit Amber Hunt/Associated Press

by the Editorial Board in the NY Times of 4/13/15. Should we continue the death penalty when 152 on death row have been exonerated since 1973. On average one is exonerated every three months. A similar biblical theme: “you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free” (John 8:32). http://nyti.ms/1FBGdZe

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