Again, when Prosecutors are unconscionably protected from accountability only murder of the innocent can be expected.
A poor man’s field may produce abundant food, but injustice sweeps it away. (Proverbs 13:23)
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Chapman, 75, said that he had revised his view of capital punishment despite having been the architect of the lethal injection in 1977. “I am ambivalent about the death penalty – there have been so many incidents of prosecutorial misconduct, or DNA testing that has proved a prisoner’s innocence. It’s problematic.”