Tuesday, July 26, 2005

After Death Row

There is an interesting article in the Dallas Morning News today about how many of the death row inmates in Texas whose sentences were commuted after the Supreme Court threw out the death penalty in Furman eventually were released. The article is focused on what might happen to the latest round of Texas commutees caused by the Supreme Court decision striking down the death penalty for juveniles. But, to me, it is interesting to read about what became of these formerly condemned men.

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