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June 30, 2009

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Terry Pennisi

I am excited to read his opinion! In far too many cases, we see that justice looses to winning! Our prisons hold innocent people and yet we still have the death penalty!
I am in no way involved in the legal system. I am just appalled by the fact the this seemingly, enlightened country, still has the death penalty! If only the people who are in the right to life movement, really meant it, they would picket prisons that are about to execute a human being!
The fact that more often than people believe, prosecutors withhold evidence in order to win a case. There is an ability to assure themselves, that the person is guilty of SOMETHING! In that thinking, they can then sleep in peace!
My applause to Judge Sullivan!

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