Monday, July 01, 2002

Dumb judge of the day: A judge declared the federal death penalty unconstitutional Monday, saying too many innocent people have been sentenced to death.

The problem with his theory is there is not one single example of someone who has been falsely executed since the death penalty was reinstated about 30 years. No one on federal death row has gotten off. The US Constitution endorses the death penalty in several places, and the death penalty was probably more fallible back then.

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