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The law is not always fair and just. For this list, we’re looking at people put to death as a result of shoddy police work, false testimonies, and/or flawed forensic evidence. Our countdown includes Claude Jones, Carlos DeLuna, George Stinney, and more. Which of these wrongful executions upset you the most? Let us know in the comments.
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5 Inside Story Americas – How many innocent people has the US executed
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More than 20 years after Texas executed Carlos DeLuna, a study reveals he was innocent. Support for capital punishment in the US has been on the decline over the last two decades. We take a closer look at the DeLuna case and what it says about capital punishment in the country, and the flaws in its implementation. Guests: Shawn Crowley, Bruce Fein, Richard Dieter.
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6 Remembering Troy Davis: Questions Remain Over if Georgia Executed Innocent Man One Year Ago
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DemocracyNow.org – One year ago today, the state of Georgia executed Troy Anthony Davis for a crime many believe he did not commit. He was put to death on Sept. 21, 2011, despite major doubts about evidence used to convict him of killing police officer Mark MacPhail, including the recantation of seven of the nine non-police witnesses. As the world watched to see whether Davis’s final appeal for a stay of execution would be granted by the U.S. Supreme Court, Democracy Now! was the only news outlet to continuously broadcast live from the prison grounds in Jackson, Georgia. During our six-hour special report, we spoke with Davis’s supporters and family members who held an all-day vigil, then heard from those who witnessed his death by lethal injection at 11:08 p.m.
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