Questions emerge in death-penalty case

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  • Michael Blankenship
    Oct. 4, 2007 9:29 p.m.

    Too bad that we did execute 124 people before they could prove they were innocent. That's the number who have been released from death row since 1973. What is such a trivial issue like innocence compared to seeing someone murdered in our name. The actual cost of a capital trial and execution is 2-5 times that of a life sentence. We can't afford the death penalty, morally or financially.

  • GWC
    Oct. 4, 2007 5:37 p.m.

    This would be a moot point if they'd executed him years ago, like they should have.

  • Becky
    Oct. 4, 2007 4:59 p.m.

    I think he was not so smart and that he wasn't doing the right thing. I don't htink he even had a good reason to kill her. THEN WHATS HE POINT!!!!

  • Let's get with it
    Oct. 4, 2007 2:55 p.m.

    We need to find a much quicker way to rid our prisons of these people and get them back to God so they can be judged. Whatever happended to taking them out and hanging them immediately?

  • Lindal
    Oct. 4, 2007 1:26 p.m.

    He killed a mother of four - no doubt about it. Let him pay the consequences!