Thursday, May 26, 2005
In LA, neighbors object to paroled rapist.
In Arizona, arguments on whether a paroled murderer should be admitted to the bar will be heard before the Arizona Supreme Court.
In Oregon, Catholic Bishops withdrew support for a bill expanding prosecution of killing of fetuses on the ground that it could expand the death penalty.
A Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist argues that the death penalty is not colorblind.
A Californian convicted of a kidnapping and robbery who reformed and got parole.