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Glenn Ford was on death row for 30yrs then freed, is this why the death penalty should be repealed?


Glen Ford a black man was convicted in 1984 by an all white jury in Louisiana, of a crime he didn't commit. He was scheduled to be executed in 1991, but evidence was brought forth to prove his innocence. Isn't this reason enough to repeal the death penalty if the innocent can be wrongly executed? See his story here http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2014/03/freedom-after-30-years-on-death-row/284179/

 

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