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Cruel and Unusual Punishment of Victims

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Lester Jackson has this article at The Moral Liberal on the extended delays in death penalty cases.  He begins noting that some victims' families support repeal because they consider the delays unfixable and ends with a call to fight, not surrender.  Along the way, he takes a swipe at my use of Virginia as an example for other states "because it can execute the clearly guilty in an average of 'only' seven years...."

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Lester Jackson is truly hard core.

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