Saturday, April 28, 2007

Abolish the Death Penalty: Innocent and Executed

Today I noticed this on Abolish the Death Penalty Blog: and found it very interesting. This is from their Blog -
Innocent and Executed
Today we launched the online version of Innocent and Executed: Four Chapters in the Life of America's Death Penalty. This report tells the story of four men -- Larry Griffin of Missouri and Ruben Cantu, Carlos De Luna and Cameron Todd Willingham, all of Texas -- who were executed despite being almost certainly if not demonstrably innocent. You can see the "micro site" we created here.

Many thanks to Josh Hilgart and Jason Zanon, friends and old colleagues of mine, for providing the technical assistance that allowed this to happen. END

Great Job, Josh Hilgart and Jason Zanon and Friends. From Barbara's Journey Toward Justice
Here is The Link Again
Abolish the Death Penalty: Innocent and Executed

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