Most condemned inmates are essentially given life sentences because so few executions are carried out

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Date: June 30th, 2008

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SAN FRANCISCO, California – California’s 30-year-old death penalty, which costs more than $100 million annually to administer, is “close to collapse,” according to a new report issued Monday. The California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice, appointed by the state Legislature to propose criminal justice reforms, issued a 117-page report detailing a deeply flawed death penalty system that has the biggest backlog of cases in the nation. More… Discount Magazine SubscriptionsDiscount Cigarettes & TobaccoNutty News MarketplaceFortunoff
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4 Responses to “Most condemned inmates are essentially given life sentences because so few executions are carried out”

  1. john Says:

    When a jury gives the death sentence, they mean death, not keeping them around for the rest of their miserable lives.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Croak those loe lifes.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    If you don’t croak these assholes, someone may let them out someday.

  4. Ankharan Says:

    Considering it is Cali… not may might be too lax a word… probably is much more fitting.
    Use the guillotine

    Much safer… cheaper… more humane.. and effective. Publicize all state executions. Not just for the deterrence factor… but so that the public knows what the gove’ment be up to.

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